It's not just humans who need toilet paper, wildlife carers say animals still recovering from Australia's bushfires were suffering from the shortage.
A devastated koala advocate spotted the animals in a pile of gum trees cut down on Monday and alerted authorities.
RSPCA South Australia’s Chief Inspector has detailed what a day's work looks like on Kangaroo Island, after the devastating bushfires.
Researchers are desperately looking for brush-tailed rock wallabies, potoroos and other injured animals unique to Australia amid concerns they could be lost forever.
The truth behind the viral image of the 'crying koala' on Kangaroo Island is much more devastating than reported.
Staff at the Australian Reptile Park have been forced to close their doors and move several animals after being inundated with rainfall.
A koala habitat believed to be essential for rehoming animals displaced by bushfires is set to be flattened to make way for government housing.
Thousands of people are calling for one of Australia's most iconic animals to be moved to New Zealand after populations have been ravaged by bushfires.
Shocking images of a koala losing her life to a cluster of ticks is just the tip of a much wider issue affecting Australia's wildlife.
A heartbreaking photo of a charred koala has highlighted the danger to our wildlife as bushfires rage across the country.
Federal environment minister Sussan Ley announces $3m in funding to help koalas left homeless by bushfires and addresses the biggest challenge in saving the 'iconic species'.
Exhausted firefighters are preparing for extremely dangerous conditions with temperatures soaring well into the 40s on Tuesday.
Rupert and his mum Ainslee, who were found on a singed tree branch, are expected to be released in a few months.
Yahoo News environment reporter Michael Dahlstrom visits Koala Hospital at Port Macquarie as they farewell Lewis and battle to save other animals injured in the NSW bushfires.
A woman, identified as Toni, risked her life to save a koala during a bushfire. More than 300 koalas are expected to be dead following bushfires across NSW.
The koala was rushed to hospital after he was spotted acting strangely with puncture wounds to his abdominal area.
This koala got himself into a very slippery situation that could have turned fatal - but thankfully it was nothing that a wash and vigorous blow dry couldn't fix.