They’re so much more than just sitting in a tree and sleeping.
They’re quite complicated.
Their behaviors, their hierarchies…
Everything they do is just…
It’s quite fascinating.
It’s learning about how to deal with being inside the crates, being around such noisy, obviously, equipments,and, actually, learning about being on their own in a dark space.
And throughout the trip, they’ve been eating away, sleeping away and enjoying their flight really.
So things like chlamydia, retrovirus when that gets into a population of koalas, it’s devastating.
We don’t have retrovirus and chlamydia, in the wild in the UK so by bringing them over here, you have a nice,almost bio-secure population.