Koala Joey's life was saved by an Australian zoo
Miniature 400 gram joey, dubbed "Mini," was brought to the zoo for urgent medical attention by a registered wildlife carer who had rescued Mini after her mother was killed by a dog.
being only 400 g. She's really tiny. She's only just started to emerge from her mother's pouch. So it's a really crucial time in regards to get in that gut Flora and everything in the good bacteria and they're together prepared to go out and eat the leaf that she would normally do in the wild. Being thriving, she's being putting on white. She's put on, I think, 25 g already in the last few days, say, and that's the way that we want her to go. She's been doing really well. She's very active of a not time. Very, very cool. Um, I have not been getting too much sleep because of it, but a vocal active cholera is what we want.