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... very good and saw an Orange Footed Scrub Fowl making its' nest. The bird is the size of a chicken but the male digs a deep hole 3 foot deep and almost as wide normally in a mound of leaf mould, etc where the female lays one egg, The male fills this in including fresh leaves etc so that rottin todayg will take place to create heat. After 21 days the chick will claw its way out of the egg and ...
... mud skippers. They are fish that take a gulp of water and go and hop around on the sand.
The boat set off to see if there were any crocs about, they guid said the people the day before had seen a large female and the people the day before had seen nothing, so it was 50/50 whether we would or not. Got to see a few different birds along the way, and plenty of mangrove trees. They suck up the sale water and filter it out to freshwater as ...
... to ask him, but he said there aren’t any and we should keep our valuables in the car… wasn’t great. We only put our big rucksacks in the room, just to lighten the car a bit. We went to go and make some food in the kitchen, other people were making some food (the only other people), so we checked what we had. The plan was spaghetti on toast. The bread was mouldy, so we settled for fruit. Went and played a game of pool. Ari ...
... of the ten meter monsters that could be seen when our captain started his profession. He passed around a picture of a hunt that caused their decline. The water is around 25°C, when it heats to a summer 32°C it matches their body temperature and they have no need to leave the water and won't be seen.
We were on the road again and heading North to our first East Coast beach, and it was spectacular. Kualai beach is backed by rainforest, the tide is a warm clear bath and none of ...
... in Sydney and bombarded them with questions.
Leaving the heritage site we drove to Cape Tribulations. One of the most beautiful places we have ever experienced. We then left and took the ferry over the Daintree River to Mossman where we had a quick Aboriginal talk and then caught a shuttle bus to Mossman Gorge where we walked further into the Rainforest and explored the rocks in the Gorge!
On to Mission Beach tomorrow and Townsville!