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  • Introducing Maya, the koala poo sniffing dog. Much faster and more accurate than humans in finding koalas in the wild (experienced koala spotters often relate how difficult it can be sometimes to locate a koala in a tree even when they know one is there!). Huge potential in helping prioritize areas for conservation, assisting in research and much more. Queensland Koala Crusaders is proud to help sponsor Dr. Romane Cristescu and the University of the Sunshine Coast Detection Dogs for Conservation. Our group recently raised and donated $1000 for the purchase of GPS tracking equipment for the dogs and researchers.