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05-09-2014, 12:15 AM - 1 Like   #1
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Tasmanian Pademelon
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Tasmanian Pademelon (Thylogale Billardierii) a member of the Wallaby Family

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What a funny creature !! Thanks for sharing the beauty of this world !

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What a funny creature !! Thanks for sharing the beauty of this world !

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Thanks manntax, glad you liked my photo. We have many different types of Kangaroo's and Wallaby's here in Australia,
that even i havn't seen them all as yet.
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Nominated. You did well to get a shot of this fellow, up here NSW all you see is them skipping into the bush.

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Nominated. You did well to get a shot of this fellow, up here NSW all you see is them skipping into the bush.
I saw many on the day and like you say, they took off into the bush.
This little fella stood there, let me take half a dozen photo's, then took off.
Thanks for the Nom Gmans
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QuoteOriginally posted by TazmanDownunder Quote
I saw many on the day and like you say, they took off into the bush.
This little fella stood there, let me take half a dozen photo's, then took off.
Thanks for the Nom Gmans
With him standing there let you shots, you must have had your tongue in the right place.https://www.google.com.au/search?q=australian+tongue+poking+out&tbm=isch&tbo...iw=848&bih=449
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With him standing there let you shots, you must have had your tongue in the right place.https://www.google.com.au/search?q=australian+tongue+poking+out&tbm=isch&tbo...iw=848&bih=449
> gmans ......... Something was in the right place, thats for sure.
Loved the link you left ..... tongues wagging ... lol
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