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Two koala joeys cling to each other, waiting to be placed with human caregivers. Once they’re old enough, they’ll be released into the wild.

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Young grackles, Quiscalus quiscula, at the home of wildlife rescuer in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Young grackles, Quiscalus quiscula, at the home of wildlife rescuer in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Possibly a baby robin, from the home of wildlife rescuer in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A baby robin, Turdus migratorius, from the home of wildlife rescuer in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Possibly a baby robin, from the home of wildlife rescuer in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A juvenile barn swallow, Hirundo rustica, from the home of wildlife rescuer in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A young robin, Turdus migratorius, from the home of wildlife rescuer in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A young robin, Turdus migratorius, from the home of wildlife rescuer in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Western kingbird chick, Tyrannus verticalis, at the home of wildlife rescuer in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Western kingbird chick, Tyrannus verticalis, at the home of wildlife rescuer in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Western kingbird chick, Tyrannus verticalis, at the home of wildlife rescuer in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Young grackles, Quiscalus quiscula, at the home of wildlife rescuer in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A young grackle, Quiscalus quiscula, at the home of wildlife rescuer in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A woman soothes Whistler, a koala who was blinded by an allergic reaction to an anesthetic.

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Koalas recuperate at the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital.

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An anesthetized koala is carried back from the X-Ray room.

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Young koalas recuperate from disease and traumatic injury in ‘The Rainforest’, an enclosed space for recovering koalas at the wildlife hospital.

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Young koalas recuperate from disease and traumatic injury in ‘The Rainforest’, an enclosed space for recovering koalas at the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital.

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A koala with a walking disability is evaluated on the move by zoo veterinarians.

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A veterinarian checks the conjunctivitis in a sick koala at the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital.

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A nurse treats an animal with cystitis at the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital.

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Veterinarian Robyn Stenner with a koala that was severly injured by a domestic dog. They worked on this animal for five hours and it died on the table. “I sure wish I could have saved you, sweetie,’ Robyn said.

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A three-year-old female koala is relocated from a suburban area to a local park.

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The paw of a sick koala rests against the hand of a woman at the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital.

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Deidre de Villiers and her sister Michele are raising two orphaned koalas at their home in Queensland.

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An injured koala at the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital.

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Koalas recuperate at the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital.

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A koala inside the ‘rainforest’, a fenced habitat at the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital where koalas learn to forage on their own.

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A koala inside the ‘rainforest’, a fenced habitat at the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital where koalas learn to forage on their own.

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A rescue volunteer pulls a sick koala down out of a tree and into a transport blanket.

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A koala inside the ‘rainforest’, a fenced habitat at the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital where koalas learn to forage on their own.

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Augustine, a mother koala with her young ones Gus and Rupert (one is adopted and one is her own offspring) at the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital.

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