In the Wombat and Koala the tail is small and without chevron bones.
The Phascolarctos, or Koala (Phascolarctos cinereus), is closely allied to the wombat.
The Brisbane savant obtained the worm from a koala (Phascolarctos cinereus).
She forgot all about the Koala, and rushed forward to meet it.
The Koala was evidently very pleased with this accomplishment.
"Because they live in the same tree of course," said the Koala.
Examples of this condition are furnished by the cetaceans, several rodents, the llama and dromedary and the koala (Phascolarctos).
Mr. Aflalo remarks of it that though provided with a prehensile tail, it is little better as a climber than the tailless Koala.
Other points of likeness will be mentioned under the description of the Koala.
Its fur is difficult to manipulate, as it will not lie flat, so the koala should have been left in peace.