Color with Fuzzy!
I love these sleepy, dreamy koala coloring pages and hope that you do too! Did you know that a Momma koala carries her babies in a pocket just like a kangaroo? After he gets bigger a baby rides on his Momma's back as she travels through the trees.
These darling animals live in Australia in forests of eucalyptus trees and eat the leaves from mainly eucalyptus trees. They're so cute that they have become the teddy bear of Australia. Do you have a koala bear that you love?
Have a great day coloring koala bears.
Koalas are usually a bluish gray or a brownish gray. Their fur edges seem lighter because their fur is so light and their undersides are a lighter gray to gray-white. Remember to leave white spaces or use your white crayon first.
Fuzzy loves sweet koala bear coloring sheets with pictures of koala bears in their eucalyptus trees. Koalas are a soft fuzzy gray color with white accents and a big black nose.
My favorites are of the babies in their pouches with their mothers. Since the mother carries her baby in a pocket once it is born, koalas are called marsupials. Sometimes people can see them from their bungalows.
Baby kangaroos are called joeys, I wonder what baby koalas are called? Hey, guess what? Baby koalas are called joeys, too. Pretty neat. One of my favorite names is Joseph.
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Thank you for coloring with Fuzzy!
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