A YouTuber captured the moment when two koala bears were arguing with voices that sound like a cross between a kazoo and a party horn.
Swedish tourist Elin Nordlander was visiting the Great Otway National Park in Victoria, Australia, when she caught the pair of koalas fighting on video (below), according to The Telegraph.
The physical argument is followed by a few seconds of squeaky verbal exchange.
Koalas rest for up to 22 hours each day in order to save up enough energy to digest the eucalyptus leaves (gum leaves) that they love to eat. According to the Australian Koala Foundation, few animals can survive on a diet of gum leaves, which are fibrous and not really nutritious.
Adult koalas eat up to 500 grams of gum leaves each day. They will sometimes eat leaves from other native Australian trees, and use certain trees just for sleeping in.
The footage of the two koalas fighting has gone viral, garnering more than 4 million views since it was first posted to YouTube by Nordlander.
Watch the whole video here: