Koalas are now an endangered species after Australia's devastating bushfires
Australia has listed the koala as an endangered species following a campaign from conservation groups who say the government has not done enough to protect the marsupial from climate change, habitat loss and bushfires.
Here & Now‘s Celeste Headlee speaks with Matt Collis, deputy vice president of conservation for the International Fund for Animal Welfare.
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