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Bindi Sue Irwin Shares Photos of Rescued Orphaned Koala Baby and We're Obsessed

Since the birth of her daughter, Grace Warrior, Bindi Sue Irwin hasn't slowed down her wildlife conservation efforts one bit. 

She and her family work tirelessly with Wildlife Warriors--a nonprofit her parents established in 2002-- and the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital. There, they follow their mission of becoming "the most effective wildlife conservation organization in the world through the delivery of outstanding outcome-based programs and projects, inclusive of humanity." If you ask us, they are well on their way of reaching this goal. 

Although every animal who comes into the care of Wildlife Warriors is treated with the utmost care, one new addition is getting even more attention--especially on social media. Meet Willow, the sweetest orphaned koala joey we ever did see! 

What a tiny little nugget! We think it's safe to say that we're obsessed--and with over 50 thousand likes on this photo, we can't be the only ones. Just take a peek at the comments!

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Tons of Instagram users wrote something along the lines of @margibruzga's comment: "So very cute 🥰🐨😍😍😍." Isn't she? Willow looks even more innocent and pure wrapped up in her pastel blanket, just like the lil' baby she is!

Still, there's no denying that some parts of her are bigger than others. @Trisha.mac admitted, "she needs to grow into her nose 😂👏👏👏, " and honestly, she's not wrong! Little Willow's face is almost all nose, and it's too cute to handle. Don't you just want to boop it? We suppose a like on the photo will have to do for now. It's basically a boop!

"Oh my gosh I would love to have a baby koala 🥰," said @tloweburkett, who clearly feels the same way we do."You guys are so blessed to be able to hold and take care of these sweet animals." So true! At the same time, though, the animals are even more lucky to find their way to Bindi and her caring team. We can't wait to see Willow grow up!

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