These adorable koalas make the most of being with their cuddly friends, unlike locked down Britons who have spent nearly a year unable to hug their loved ones.
The heart-warming images of the furry marsupials were taken by park rangers in the Australian Reptile Park in Somersby, New South Wales, Australia.
And the adorable series of snaps has earned the cute animals a legion of fans around the world who cannot get enough of their pictures posted on social media.
A spokesman for the park said: "Koalas are estimated to be extinct in the wild by 2050 so we at The Australian Reptile Park are doing what we can to help make sure that doesn't happen.
"We want to protect them and keep them safe every way we can, so future generations can see them too."
The adorable pictures taken in New South Wales, Australia, have earned the family of koalas legions of fans online who enjoy seeing their antics from all over the world on social media
These two look as though they have had enough of the photographer interrupting their cuddle in the branches of a tree in the Australian Reptile Park
This little koala patiently waits its turn for a heart-warming hug in a beautiful image snapped Down Under by keepers at the park who share their every day lives on social media
A spokesman for the park revealed the furry animals could be extinct within the next 30 years, which will come as a shock to the animals' new fans loving seeing the intimate moments
The animals' adorable antics have helped people across the world who have been kept apart from their loved ones for nearly a year because of the ongoing pandemic