People visiting Awaji Farm Park England Hill Zoo (Minamiwaji, Japan) can admire the amazing animal.
A koala named Midori was born on February 1, 1997, and in 2003 she, along with several friends, was donated to the zoo by the Australian government.
Of all the company, Midori looked the thinnest and most helpless, and it was all the more surprising for the employees to realize that they were dealing with a long-liver. Usually koalas live 15-16 years, but our heroine is already 24 years old, which is equivalent to 110 human years.
The old lady is still able to climb trees and appear in public. Of course, Midori’s health is closely monitored. Only a few employees have access to it, so as not to make the amazing creature get scared and nervous.
Recently, an exciting event took place in the life of Midori and, of course, the entire zoo – a long-lived koala got into the Guinness Book of Records. The staff of Awaji Farm Park England Hill congratulate their ward and wish her a long and happy life.
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