The koala baby didn’t leave his mother during the operation.

Love is everywhere.The six-month-old koala Phantom did not abandon his mother Lizzie when she was recovering from an injury caused bu a car collision.

While Lizzie was undergoing surgery on the lung,Phantom(he was not injured as a result of the incident) held firmly to his mother,who was unconscious:climbed on her back and caressed.

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Baby koala clings to mum as she undergoes surgery
Baby koala clings to mum as she undergoes surgery, Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital, Queensland, Australia — 05 Jun 2015
Little 6-month-old koala Phantom is seen clinging to mum Lizzy as she recovers after being hit by a car. Lizzy had to undergo life-saving surgery to fix a collapsed lung at the Australia Zoo in Queensland. Treating vet nurse at the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital, Jamie-Lynn Hevers said: «While Lizzy suffered a collapsed lung and some facial trauma, she is in recovery and we’re happy to say she is doing well.»

Now Lizzie is fine and comes to her senses — with the help of antibiotics and her faithful baby.

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