Just sneak through that fence, they said.
You'll be in Eucalyptus heaven, they said. pic.twitter.com/c7bula67mQ
— Eric Shackelford (@ABC7Shack) July 20, 2018
Look, we’ve all had those days. Days when we… can’t quite get it right. Days when we feel like no less than the biggest buffoons in the world. Well, this Koala seemingly has had quite a few of those, as it has to be rescued no less than three times by volunteer, and this time getting its cute little koala head stuck in the slats of the fence.
A curious koala had to be rescued at Happy Valley after somehow getting his head stuck in a substation fence! Rescuers believe he was stuck there all night – maybe next time he'll come back with the proper koalafications… 🐨 #9News pic.twitter.com/IKD0EwktO7
— Nine News Adelaide (@9NewsAdel) July 19, 2018
Poor little guy. Aww. The Fauna Rescue worker Sally Selwood who came to the animal’s aid told Australian website “The Advertiser” – “(It) looks like he’s crawled under the fence to go somewhere, as they do, and then sat up as he was under the fence and got his head caught.” (Editor’s Note: Awwww!) The rescuers then added – “But he didn’t have the brains to bob back down again to get out.” (Second Editor’s Note – Awww!!! Awwww!!! Cute!) “He looked like he’s thinking ‘who put this fence on my head’?” (Editor’s Note: I cannot take these cute levels! They are too strong!)
This is the third time that this Koala was rescued by Fauna Rescue. The first time was when he was found non responsive under the base of a tree in 2016, and once again after being hit by a truck. So this is already far less violent than past situations. Man oh man. I love koalas. Wonderful.
Want to see more insane Koala videos? Check out this one of a poor koala crying after getting bullied out of its beloved tree, or this one of two koalas straight up brawling in a road. Every koala video gives me a new insight into koalas and why they are the greatest animal. Bless, koalas, bless.
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