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Old 25th December 2013, 08:30 AM
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geez, talk about wimps. You've got brown and black bears and wolves in Europe don't you? Drop bears aren't that much more dangerous than them. All you need to do is take care and keep an eye out.
Bears and wolves? I have only see those in a zoo. Live nearby Amsterdam, here we have pickpockets,thiefs and junks as biggest challenges for the tourist.
If i ever go to australia i take some lessons in aussie accent before i go and watch all episodes of McLeods daughters again. That should be enough!
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I never watched McLeods Daughters, but I hope it was better than most of the rubbish that passes for TV Australia produces. Agree- the human is often more of a worry than the wildlife, irrespective of what country it might be.
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Dropbears are bad enough...lets not mention a bunyip
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Or the Yowie and the Yara-ma-yha-who

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Or the Yowie and the Yara-ma-yha-who
Oh dont be silly...everyone knows they're not real
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Maybe not in Victoria....
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Dropbears are bad enough...lets not mention a bunyip
Isn't that why it's called Bunyip State Park?

One sometimes finds bunyips around billabongs too ...
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Although it's not as commonly found as some of the creatures already mentioned, there is a stone creature at Mitchell River National Park that abducts people - called the Nargun.
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Although it's not as commonly found as some of the creatures already mentioned, there is a stone creature at Mitchell River National Park that abducts people - called the Nargun.
I've visited the Den of Nargun, even camped on the banks of the Mitchell nearby a few times. Fortunately we were unmolested by the Nargun or his piccaninny victims
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wimps the lot of you.
you aint been scared till you have been surrounded by rabid haggis
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