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March 2, 2021

Koala extinction?

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With the threat of koalas becoming extinct by 2050 it could be a reality – if the same morons aren’t voted out in the next state and federal elections.

These people haven’t got a clue what’s going on as far as the threat to koalas [this is exemplified by] their decision about trying to hurry a bill through that will be so detrimental to koalas.

So if you vote, you know what to do to save the koalas.


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