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South-west Victoria 'almost the worst place' for koalas thanks to blue-gum plantations

Ben Silvester
By Ben Silvester
Updated March 23 2022 - 7:58am, first published 4:30am
Frustrated: Mosswood Wildlife's Tracey Wilson says the Victorian koala population seems to be thriving, but "it's almost the worst place to be for koalas, because the situation seems so much better than it is". Picture: Morgan Hancock.

Victoria's koalas avoided joining their NSW and Queensland cousins on the endangered species list last month, but a local expert has told The Standard things are far from rosy in the south-west.

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