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Thread: Curious Creatures of Tasmania

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    Junior Member Sandy-lou's Avatar
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    Neat. I just watched a show on the tasmanian tiger, sad that they are extint!, (or so we believe!)

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    If you are coming to Au you need to learn the lingo

    http://www.koalanet.com.au/australian-slang.html

    Thylacine or Tassie tiger closest relative to the Devil. There are still some parts of Tas that have rarely if ever seen people. So who knows and those that do are not saying or are long gone.

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    another link, can order free booklets on here

    http://www.discovertasmania.com.au/

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    There was a woodpecker here that was thought to be extint, and a few years ago, someone spotted it....so you never know!

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    Ummmm....don't know that I could eat kangaroo. The rest looks good, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jljack
    Ummmm....don't know that I could eat kangaroo. The rest looks good, though.
    kangaroo is good but very strong, I much prefer wallaby myself, my daughter eats mutton bird which i can't stand the smell of or the taste. My husband is indiginous Tasmanian and while I was carrying my daughter we visited some rellies and they were cooking and salting and plucking the birds. I was sick the whole time of the visit (a week). Last time I took some to her even tho well wrapped I couldn't get the smell out of my bag. Yukk

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