Daily Cute: Sneezy Koala Drinks Water

Normally koalas don’t drink water and get their hydration and moisture from gum leaves, but in times of drought they will drink from ponds, puddles — even buckets. This particular wild koala seems to be having a bit of trouble while drinking water though, as he sneezes while enjoying his cool drink of water.

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97 comments

Jim Ven
Jim Venabout a year ago

thanks for the article.

Jessica Story
Jessica Story2 years ago

Adorable yes, but the plight of koala's in general is not a good one :(

BJ J.
BJ J.2 years ago

Cute.

Angev GERIDONI
Angev GERIDONI2 years ago

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Margie Szelmeczka

Poor little guy

Mark Donners
Mark Donner2 years ago

The current Australian government is full of criminals and needs changing. They are ruining the environment with logging and coal production, among other destructive practices from Australian corporations which are some of the worst.

M.N. J.
M.N. J.2 years ago

Michelle S.:

It is probably foolish to trust anything written on this site without independent verification, but I did read this particular quote in this particular article. "This particular wild koala seems to be having a bit of trouble while drinking water though...."

I think my point about leaving wild animals alone is worth letting stand in any case, however, but your objection to it is noted.

Michelle Spradley

M.N.J.: Based on this video I don't think this koala lives in the wild, not to say that he is a pet, but it seems more like a small sanctuary where they keep koalas safe from a human ravaged planet.

Karen K.
Karen K.2 years ago

That's the most active koala I've seen on video!