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    Cutest Baby Albino Koala_Onya-Birri, the only Albino Koala Bear in captivity, was born September 1, 1997 at the San Diego Zoo. He spent the first six months of his life the way all baby koalas do – inside his mother Banjeeri’s pouch. Onya-Birri, whose name means “ghost boy” in the language of Australia’s aboriginal peoples, had orange-tinged fur in common with normal gray koalas when he was very young.

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    Surprisingly Cute Baby Animals - LOOK AT THIS CUTE BABY ALBINO KOALA BEAR!!!

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