Koalas are marsupials and solitary creatures, spending most of their days comfortably lounging in trees. They usually spend between 18 and 22 hours, or about 75 percent of the day, sleeping. The extended naps help koalas conserve energy, which they need to digest their fiber-heavy diet of eucalyptus leaves.
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Love, happens and flowers only when needs have disappeared and when there is no need one is simply flowing with energy and going on showering love to anything and everything. One become humble. He simply moves in rhythm with life