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First established in 1927, the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is the very first and oldest koala sanctuary in the whole world. It is also the largest of its sort, as it covers more than four hectares of land in Brisbane, Australia.

Even though its name suggests that it is a koala sanctuary, other local wildlife can also be found in this zoo. This includes kangaroos, platypuses, Tasmanian devils, echidnas, wombats, birds, and dingoes just to name a few.

The Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary was also named as one of the top ten zoos in the world by AOL, and is the only place where visitors can actually pet or hold koalas for a specific fee and a limited time of amount.
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