Bear hug: These cuddly adult koalas snuggled up to each other at Lone Pine Conservation Park in Queensland, Australia
Sitting in height order and holding tightly on to each other's thick soft fur these adorable Koala bears look perfectly posed for a family photo.
Usually sleeping for up to 16 hours a day in trees, and only coming down for food, this heartwarming appearance was luckily caught on camera.
Surviving on a diet of Eucalyptus leaves koalas have become endangered due to damage to their natural habitat and the decline of food availability - it is thought that there are less than 80,000 left in the wild.
They are currently listed as a priority for conservation by the Australian government and breeding programs encouraged - particularly as the animals are only able to produce one joey a year.
Officially recognised by the Guinness Book of Records, Lone Pine Conservation Park is the largest koala park in the world with over 130 koalas and is helping to ensure the survival of the animals.