Koalas are primarily solitary animals and live in loose-knit groups with only one individual per tree.
The koala is primarily a solitary animal and outside of the breeding season, there is little obvious social behavior. Koalas live in loose-knit groups if enough suitable trees are present, but only one animal per tree.
Sometimes, koalas lives in small harems led by a single male.
• Image | ©️ Mathias Appel, Public Domain, (CC0 1.0)
• Sources | (Dubuc & Eckroad, 1999; MacDonald, 1995; Woinarski & Burbidge, 2020)