Australian Animals...pretty cool

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    This evening, I read a short book about Australian animals with my 4 year old son. There are some pretty weird and interesting animals down there. In particular, I like the marsupials.

    I've always wonders what the inside of a marsupials pouch was like.

    Diuretic...do you remember back to when you were a little joey what the inside of your mother's pouch was like?
     
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    Lesbian Koala sex is HOT!!!
     
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    We have marsupials in the U.S.
     
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    Yeah...but they suck compared to those in Australia.
     
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    ALL lesbian sex is hawt.

    The question is: Why?

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    We need a new thread.:tongue:
     
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    I hear ya, mate!

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    My favorite Australian critter has to be the Platypus. A venomous mammal that lays eggs, has a beaver tail, a duck snout, and the feet of an otter. Awesome.
     
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    A mammal that lays eggs...awesome!
     
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    All these weird animals were here when I arrived, I still think they're all a bit strange. :eusa_eh:

    I like wombats though. They don't give a stuff about anything, just wobble along. You can hit them with a car and the car loses.

    I like echidnas too, they wander along looking for ants. I spent a week over Christmas in a lovely bush cottage in Kangaroo Island and there was a koala living in a tree over the boardwalk to the house and an echidna that came around in the evening for water.

    And the birdz. I like birdz.

    But we don't have bears, we have nothing that will pluck you out of your tent and bloody well eat you!
     

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