Australian Koalas are actively preparing for the G20 exam plan to embrace the summit bosses
The Brisbane summit of the GXNUMX leaders is about to be held. The local zoo in Australia is seizing the time to train koalas to embrace the leaders who come to the meeting, hoping that Australia's national treasure can become a secret "public relations weapon". There is still about a week away from the summit. According to local media reports, employees of the Lone Pine Koala Zoo, the world's largest koala sanctuary on the Brisbane River, are training koalas in the park to embrace the upcoming summit leaders. During the visit, US President Barack Obama, Russian President Putin and others are expected to hug and take photos with koalas.
Reserve managers said that koalas sleep more than 20 hours a day, so they must gradually train their interaction and intimacy with humans before the summit.Administrator Nielsen said that the staff currently use 10 to 30 minutes a day to "hug training" for koalas so as not to affect their normal work and rest. Nelson suggested that if you want a koala to hug you naturally, it is best to pretend to be a tree. "You gently hug the koala and keep your body upright while holding his buttocks firmly so that the koala will feel safe knowing that he will not fall."
Koala is a national treasure of Australia, but in recent years, due to the declining habitat and the prevalence of chlamydia infection, the number of koalas has dropped sharply. There are currently only 4 wild koalas in the world.