What animal is the enemy of the Koala?
Today the natural predators of the Koala do not make a significant impact on wild populations. They include goannas dingoes, powerful owls, wedge-tailed eagles, and pythons, all of which are most likely to prey upon juvenile Koalas.
What are koalas biggest predators?
Koalas can live 13 to 18 years in the wild, and have few natural predators. Dingoes may prey upon some on the ground and birds of prey such as owls or Wedge-tailed Eagles are threats to young.