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Kim Kardashian West snuggled up to a Koala at Australia's zoo

17 September 2014, 07:46

Australia - Kim Kardashian West took her daughter to Steve Irwin's Australia Zoo on Monday.

The reality TV star, her husband Kanye West and 15-month-old North enjoyed a trip to the popular animal park in Queensland, which was founded by the late wildlife expert, and were spotted watching a crocodile show in the world famous Crocoseum, before going on to look at other enclosures as part of a private tour.

An eye-witness told the Daily Mail Australia: "It was pretty exciting to see them, it seemed like they were having a great time. They were on a private tour of the different enclosures - there were lots of sections cornered off and they had a huge entourage."

"At one point Kim got up to pat a Cheetah, but Kanye stayed with North as they don't let children near the big cats.''

The brunette beauty, 33, later took to her Instagram account to post a picture of her cuddling up to a koala.

She accompanied the snap with the caption: "Thank you @AustraliaZoo for having us today. So many good memories."

She then added another picture of the lazy creature, but this time she planted a kiss on the marsupial's fluffy cheek as she gazed into the camera lens.

Meanwhile, Kim and North have been accompanying Kanye, 37, on the Australia leg of his Yeezus world tour, which concluded in Brisbane on Monday night.

- BangShowBiz


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