Eucalyptus is known to be responsible for bushfires in extreme heat during summer months in Australia. These wildfires negatively affect the koalas (https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2020/12/7/more-than-60000-koalas-affected-in-australias-bushfires). They are currently in a vulnerable state, due to these wildfires. The eucalyptus they feed on is leading to the fires. It is speculated that they may be extinct within 50 years (https://youtu.be/hq5i8tfER9E).
I am curious. Could koalas possibly be saved via a domestication process, in which they are weaned off of eucalyptus and fed some other type of plant, less likely to spontaneously combust?