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Australian animals

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Where to see native Australian animals on an epic Australia roadtrip! #Australia #Roadtrip #wildlife

Where to See Native Australian Animals: an Epic Australia Roadtrip When I was a kid growing up in upstate New York, I had a big map of Australia on my wall. It was covered with illustrations of native Australian animals to show where they lived. Australia was literally the farthest place away from me in the entire world and it was filled with bizarre creatures, the likes of which I had never seen. At age 12 I couldn't imagine anything more exotic or foreign or adventurous than traveling…

Major Mitchell Cockatoo

Beautiful Australian Major Mitchell's cockatoo (Lophochroa leadbeateri) also known as Leadbeater's cockatoo or pink cockatoo. One of my favorites! DSC_0362

Vector image of the Australian animals flat icons

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Australian Animal Wall Decals, Australian Animal Nursery - Fable and Fawn

*****Physical product notice***** Please be aware that we have been experiencing delays within the Postal system. Be assured all orders have been arriving safely. For more information visit; https://auspost.com.au/service-updates/current-covid-19-impacts. We thank you for your patience. Bring nature into your child's bedroom with our Australian Animal Wall Decals! Decorate your walls with their sweet little scurrying feet, by placing the animals above your little one's cupboard, or amongst…

~~Tawny Frogmouth • found throughout the Australian mainland and Tasmania • by ʘwl~~

As I was photographing the rosellas in our backyard I looked up in one spot and saw this guy staring back at me! They roost in our trees about 2-3 times a year so it's always nice to see them. Do you have Facebook? Please consider 'Liking' my page! Explore: October 3 #53. My first photo to reach 5 figures in views, thanks everyone!