The debate rages in Australia concerning the suggestion of culling 20,000 koalas. I can see where there is a desperate need to thin the population and avoid mass starvation; but aren't there other options available? I'm sure that there are many zoos that would love to have some Koalas. If every zoo would take 2 koalas, then you would only need 10,000 zoos to adopt them. Okay, maybe there aren't 10,000 zoos that can take them; but there has to be quite a few willing to do this. Let's try to keep the number that need to be culled to the barest minimum (if not zero). Try the zoos and sterilization first. Killing should always be a last resort.