Koala Joey keeps his Head Inside its Mother's Pouch for 6 Months


A newborn Koala Joey always keeps its head inside its mother’s pouch for about 6 months. During this period of time, it never sees the external environment at all. During this period of time it totally relies on her mother's milk. After about 6 months, it becomes powerful enough to come outside. This also becomes the first time, when it sees its mother and also the beautiful nature in which Koalas live as solitary animals. So it does mean that it doesn't even sees its mother, for the first 6 months of its life, and just recognizes its very adorable presence which the koala joey experiences inside the pouch of its mother.

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A Koala Joey keeps his head inside Mother's pouch for about 6 Months. This picture belongs to 

On the other hand life inside the Koalas’ Mothers’ pouches is also phenomenal as well. Not only these pouches help these small Koala Joeys not to fall on the ground, but it also give a great degree of protection against different kinds of predators as well. Koalas’ mothers pouch is full of nutrition. Therefore, the young Koala Joeys keep their head and whole body inside its mother’s pouch and only concentrate on grabbing as much milk and energy as possible.

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Koala Joey Enjoys nutrition in its mother's pouch.
A Koala Joey enjoys full degree of nutrition when it stays inside its mother's pouch. This picture belongs to  

After the 6th month, the Koala Joey is strong enough to always keep its head outside of the mother Koala’s pouch. It sometimes, complete come out of the pouch and mounts on the back of its mother to travel and enjoy different displacements which its mother makes. Koalas’ life is a complete differentiation from other animals, as their lifestyle is highly distinctive and unique as compared to their comparative mammals.

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Koala Joey Outside its mother Pouch
A Koala Joey comes outside its mother's pouch after 6 months. It often hangs on the back of its mother as well. This picture belongs to