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Old 09-12-2010, 03:39 AM #1
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The Aussie Flora and Fauna thread ..

Hi,
I thought it was time we did something like this ...
So many amazing sites and animals amongst the unique plants and flowers we have ..
Its inpired me to pop this thread up watching bushweeds thread, thanks man , great form ..
Please add to this your photos and experiences , we really want to see them as do others around the world .
Try to make it all aussie as far as the plants and animals ..
Ill start out with a cape york orchid ....



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im rifling through my photos mate used to feed eggs to a wild lace monitor
awesome lizard very checky and loved domestic cats hehe
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awesome lizard very checky and loved domestic cats hehe

whats taking you so long squiggles , hehe ... looking foward to your lizard shots ,, i think australia is the land of the lizard , darn we have a lot of them ...
heres a few waterfall shots i took on a road trip too chill out with ...

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Great Idea for a thread Donald here's the start of my contribution, Barron River Falls

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Rainforest walkway near Kuranda

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hey boom ,, great contributions , looks like you did the skyrail huh?? hehe
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Great Idea for a thread Donald here's the start of my contribution, Barron River Falls

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Rainforest walkway near Kuranda

Barron River wet season mode, love it. I think I'll take the camera to work tomorrow. I remember the wet seasons in Tully, man, when it rained, it really rained. The Tully caravan park was surrounded by cyclone wire fence so the crocs couldn't get in.
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hey boom ,, great contributions , looks like you did the skyrail huh?? hehe
Nah haven't done skyrail bro, but that's pretty close by for all the tourists

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Yeah bro I miss being in the wet season with a cyclone or two hanging out in the sea off the coast, it really is a lifestyle I miss.
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