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Australian Animals - Wild & Free - not in zoos

 
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Sep 22, 2022 15:43 |  #241

A fish is an animal, this fish is wild and it is free, this is in Australia, so I guess it qualifies under the heading. A wild Brown Trout just finning into the current in a southern Tasmanian River, my stalking skills are improving maybe I should start carrying a fly rod with me.


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Sep 26, 2022 16:33 |  #242

Great Barred Frogs (Mixophyes fasciolatus) in amplexus. Photographed in the subtropical rainforest at Tamborine Mountain (Gold Coast hinterland) last weekend.

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Sep 26, 2022 16:36 |  #243

Inspeqtor wrote in post #19427735 (external link)
And here I thought for sure the snail would be eating the Lizard!! <grin>  :p :p


avondale87 wrote in post #19427757 (external link)
Priceless :lol:
Obviously snail is oblivious to the danger.


Pippan wrote in post #19427800 (external link)
Demonstrating snails' limited ability to reason.


OhLook wrote in post #19427827 (external link)
A sudden speculation: Maybe the lizard benefits from being cold-blooded. The snail wouldn't detect a difference in temperature as it proceeded, only a difference in texture.


Ray.Petri wrote in post #19427901 (external link)
A nice crunchy morsel - if you ask me!-?

Nice shot, though.

Thanks for the comments everyone! :)


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