Koalas living within Australia’s Victorian areas have highly unique and specific territorial and range behavior. Other Koalas within the other areas of Australia have slightly different behaviors when it comes to selecting a particular territory and range. Koalas from Australia’s Victorian territories have territories and ranges, which are shared and highly overlapped. Even because of this sharing, these koalas are still very much solitary in their behavior.
But the question remains, what prompts the Koalas to tolerate these overlapped territories and ranges within Australia’s Victorian territories and areas. The reason being the Victorian territories are highly dense indeed in terms of Eucalyptus trees. It means these trees are abundantly available in the areas. More trees means more food sources and more Koalas habitat. This further Koala’s habitat has increased their population size as well and has therefore, prompted the Koalas to have ranges, that are shared, and overlapped.
By sharing it also means that one tree is often govern by one Koala at one time, and on the other time, another Koala climbs on it and starts eating or resting over that same tree. This shows that Koalas are very tolerant with one another. But Koalas are wise enough to decide that it is of no good for them to waste their energy in fights, because their food will provide them very little energy for any recovery. Therefore, Koalas living within Australia’s Victorian territories are also tolerant in terms of sharing their territories and ranges with other Koalas.
The Koalas living within Australia’s Victorian territories have their territories and ranges being relatively smaller as well. Usually territory’s area is of no use to Koala as they are happy with the trees for the food for any time and rest of the time they will prefer to sleep without making any fights.