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Australia B(east) Friends Forever: Wombat called Hope and Elsa the koala become inseparable after sharing an enclosure during lockdown

09:05  03 june  2020
09:05  03 june  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Elsa the koala and Hope the wombat have become best mates after spending much of the isolation period sharing an enclosure © Provided by Daily Mail Elsa the koala and Hope the wombat have become best mates after spending much of the isolation period sharing an enclosure A koala and a wombat have struck up a cute friendship during COVID-19 lockdowns. 

Elsa the koala and Hope the wombat have become best mates after spending much of the isolation period sharing an enclosure.  

The two furry marsupials were hand-raised by keepers at the Australian Reptile Park about an hour north of Sydney. 

Wombats are the closest relative species to the koala so keepers knew the two would be a match made in friendship heaven. 

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a close up of a koala: Wombats are the closest species to the koala so staff knew that the two would become best buddies © Provided by Daily Mail Wombats are the closest species to the koala so staff knew that the two would become best buddies

The Australian Reptile Park has been closed through April and May as the New South Wales government imposed lockdown restrictions measures on many businesses. 

The park reopened on Monday and is again welcoming visitors as Australia's coronavirus infection rate remains stable at less than 35 new cases a day for more than a month. 

While the two native animals may have been missing visitors during lockdown they used the opportunity to bond with each other, leading staff at the park now refer to them as 'lockdown BFFs.' 

In fact, the two have grown to so close that keepers are now allowing them to see each other every day. 

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Staff first noticed their friendship when Hope the wombat was housed in Elsa's enclosure when her's was being cleaned and the two would greet each other by nuzzling their noses. 

Park curator Hayley Shute, who hand raised Elsa from when she was just a joey, said she knew the two would enjoy getting to know each other. 

'Hope is a little ray of sunshine. It's a very special friendship these two have formed and I can't wait to see it continue to blossom,' Ms Shute said. 

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'Elsa and Hope are great ambassadors for Australian wildlife and our wildlife needs all the help it can get. 

'Australia has the worst mammal extinction rate on the planet. Our iconic koala is sadly experiencing a large decline in numbers due, in part, to the tragic bush fires we had earlier this year and they're on the trajectory to be extinct in the wild by 2050'. 

A fundraising effort after the bushfires raised more than $100 million from concerned people around the world for conservation efforts. 

Guests to the Australian Reptile Park are able to see both Elsa and Hope and learn about their incredible species. 

a koala bear holding a baby: Staff first noticed their friendship when Hope the wombat would be housed in Elsa's enclosure when her's was being cleaned and the two would greet each other by nuzzling their noses © Provided by Daily Mail Staff first noticed their friendship when Hope the wombat would be housed in Elsa's enclosure when her's was being cleaned and the two would greet each other by nuzzling their noses a koala bear: Elsa and her fellow koalas are a threatened species and conservation efforts are needed to ensure they remain in Australian forests © Provided by Daily Mail Elsa and her fellow koalas are a threatened species and conservation efforts are needed to ensure they remain in Australian forests

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