sydney - A koala has already survived a ride on an Australian road on the ash of a terrain car. Only after sixteen kilometers the driver heard the traumatized animal's cries and stopped.
The koala woman had nestled in the wheel cabinet of the car when it was parked on the edge of Adelaide in southern Australia.
A wildfather had to turn on the fire brigade to release the marshmallow. 'I could smell her burned fur,' said supervisor Jane Brister, of Fauna Rescue. 'It will have been blood-clear in that space. '
Although the beast was not further injured, it became clear that it was about a nursing mother. Brister has been searching for the youth for days, but could not find it. After a couple of days, the koala itself was resettled in the wild.
The koala has been on the Australian list of vulnerable species since 2012. Of the species live less than 100,000 copies and maybe only 43,000 according to estimates of the Australian Koala Foundation.