A friendly, cartoon-styled face of a koala—a bear-like marsupial known for eating eucalyptus and sleeping—looking straight ahead. Depicted as a gray face with round, fluffy ears and a large, black nose.
Often used with an affectionate tone and in association with Australia, where the animal is found.
Available as an Apple Animoji.
Google’s koala was previously climbing a tree. Softbank’s koala previously resembled 🐻 Bear Face.
Koala was approved as part of Unicode 6.0 in 2010 and added to Emoji 1.0 in 2015.
The 🐨 or koala emote is a small digital image of a cute and cuddly Australian marsupial with grey fur, round ears, and a black nose. It is often used in online communication to express feelings of cuteness, relaxation, or sleepiness, as well as to represent Australia or Australian wildlife.
- Annoyance & Frustration:
"I'm so annoyed that the koala exhibit at the zoo is closed for renovations 🐨"
- "I saw a video of a baby koala hugging its mom and it was the cutest thing ever 🐨"
- Inspiration & Motivation:
"Watching documentaries about koalas inspires me to learn more about wildlife conservation 🐨"