Feb 1, 2013
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The critter in frame #2 ‘coming down with something’ happily didn’t realise it was a bullet.
I thought most scientists were placental mammals. Shows what I know.
Thats why the flat earthers are so suspicious. Scientist looks just like scientologist with a few letters changed; and nobody trusts them. Or do they? The LOTO and his front bench are from another planet.
ROTF Still chuckling at the thought of a mere Thylacine trying to tackle Possum Comitatus.
No wonder they lost out.
And what we don’t actually go out and kill for sport, we manage instead, to destroy the habitat of any animal which gets in our way.
If only there had been small handed female asian vets around, they may be tinct now instead of ex tinct.
@drmick taint what you do, it’s the way that you do it.
That’s what gets results.
My dad heard a cough in the Tasmanian bush when he was a young lad in the forties. It was either a thylacine or an emphasymic local smoker, but when he tells the story he makes a noise just like a real thylacine ! (I think).
Timely, dog#1 as today we are advised of the death of the last female koala up ‘ere at Noosa National Park (euthanised at Australia Zoo due to a tumour in pouch). So sad. That leaves an estimated three males in the entire park.
And this is in the environment-conscious Noosa Biosphere.
Courtesy Newman (see crikey LNP mining/developer donations story) and possibly Rabbott this is not a good time to be an animal of any species in Australia.
We are still doing it. Foxes now in Tas thanks to some halfwit who can also presumably vote.
On the mainland quolls, assorted bandicoots, phascogale, leadbeaters possum, etc all on the way out. Funny how we can eradicate these, but can do jack about foxes, cats, deer, goats, indian myna’s, starlings… you get the idea.