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Children at a tiny bush school in NSW helping save koalas | Landline

It’s been a bad year for koalas. Drought, bushfire and loss of habitat have made them vulnerable to extinction. Kids at a tiny bush school, which has a thriving population of the cuddly marsupials, are doing what they can to help save them.
Tamworth reporter Don Sheil has the story on their ambitious project.
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