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... is in picture. Our only disappointment was there was only Ibis and Miner birds unlike Sydney gardens where there are a big variety of birds. Apparently, according to the news it's the miner birds that are driving all the other birds out.
then walked along the river before taking the ferry across to South Bank Park to ...
... had been in there. It held snakes and lizards, but some of
the snakes were venomous. Rory hooked the death adder (actually a
fixed-fang elapid, despite its adder-shaped head) and gave him a
spritz of water to help soothe his skin. He was due to molt soon, as
evidenced by his cloudy eyes.
Rory left after telling us what to do
and switching on Triple J for us to listen to. Cilene was beside
herself with the lizards. She ...
... Sumo. He was in quarantine still
after his adventure. Lone Pine knows he was stolen, but cannot prove
it, so they will not do anything other than maybe a press release
urging people to be responsible and not steal their animals!!!! Liana
commented about how inconsiderate it was of the person, especially
for the health of the koala. It could have gone very wrong with Sumo,
so everyone is very glad he is okay and will probably be back in his
home enclosure very soon. ...
... we climbed up the rocky point at the northern end of 75 Mile Beach (called Indian Head). From the top we saw sharks swimming right off the coast (no swimming is allowed anywhere off Fraser Island, for many reasons including this) and a few hundred metres out we saw about 12 whales breaching and hitting their tails against the water. It was fascinating to watch, and it only made me want to go whale watching so I can see it close up. To end the day, I had what must have been ...
... Cetrece has observed this for many
years.! Family groups meeting up for the journey, which we felt was nice, and
last night at dinner, we met a delightful group, 4 sisters, Samoan, together
for the first time in ages, 3 from NZ, 1 Samoa, travelled over in Emirates,
thought it so lovely…all in one cabin ,onboard..…OMG, never cruised before,
full of trepidation, so we jollied them along ,and told them of all that ...