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Screenshot of the best Craigslist post ever of a guy who is trying to honestly sell his Koala with excellent description of the experience. Once he is in water he is fine getting him into the water is the challenge he will scratch you, he will bite you and you will bleed
Via 13nbyers
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More Funny Craigslist?

If you've enjoyed this Craigslist post of a man trying to sell his Koala, you might like our other funny Craigslist memes. There is always something funny that someone posted on Craigslist, that is for sure.

But if you thought this exotic animal was an odd one, you won't believe this Craigslist ad of a dog that is trying to sell a cat! Now that is incredible. Or decide for yourself if this strange kitten is all that it seems

chameleon contest koala lizard marsupial reptile squee spree - 6162689024
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Koala-ala-ala-ala-ala chameleooooon! Okay so it doesn't quite work as a song but I was close! Who do you want to see all week? fuzzy koalas or sneaky, impressive chameleons?

Vote in the comments and don't forget to check back on Monday to see who won!

gifs beer baby kangaroo running wallaby squee tag marsupial playing - 7020249344
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This wallaby and his human are enjoying a nice race around the house. That is until he decides he's in need of some cold refreshment.

-Sally Squeeps

sugar gliders noms squee spree squee marsupial - 6916470784
Via Xgarry
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Looks like someone is still snacking on their Christmas leftovers!

-Sally Squeeps

tree hugger baby mommy koala squee marsupial - 6406894592
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Who could possibly love trees more than a creature that spends almost 80 percent of its life sleeping in them? Now that's a true tree hugger!

-Sally Squeeps

fuzzy marsupial shy Wombat - 6180879104
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It's ok widdle guy, I'm shy when I meet new people for the first time too.

koala sweater australia marsupial climbing squee - 6359605248
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Sometimes it gets a little chilly down under and the Koalas need to wear sweaters. But I always get a little confused about the seasons in Australia, because summer in the northern hemisphere is winter in the southern hemisphere, and vice versa? Do I have that right?

-Sally Squeeps