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Thread: We had an Echidna come and visit us today

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    Senior Member Pat75's Avatar
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    What a joy.Thank for sharing.For years I have enjoyed books on Australia.
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    Great photo. And thanks for the lesson. I didn't know there was such an animal;laying eggs and providing milk. Very interesting, informative and fun. Thanks for posting!
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    Thanks for sharing the picture of this cute little critter.

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    Thanks so much Woody. I do love animals

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    We get armadillos here in Little Rock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SharonCase View Post
    We get armadillos here in Little Rock.
    I would love to see one of those in the wild
    Isn't the world such a facinating place
    The biggest risk is the one not taken

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    What a great visitor (nice Bilbergia too - we call it Queen's Tears). They are such shy, vulnerable creatures, lovely to be able to have one in your garden. We get lots of birds, tiny possums and our most frequent guests are bobtails. Late spring and summer they are everywhere.....they send our dogs into a frenzy. Fortunately the dogs just stand and bark and don't actually touch them. I keep my leather gloves handy to move them into quieter parts of the garden. Great pic and thanks for sharing with us.

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    All I can say is I am jealous! How beautiful it is. How lucky you are!
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    What a unique animal! Thank you so much for sharing.
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