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Australia
Kuranda
Birdworld
 Major Mitchell's Cockatoo.
Australia
Kuranda
Birdworld
 Mandarin Duck.
Australia
Kuranda
Birdworld
 Black Swan.
Australia
Kuranda
Birdworld
 Sun Conure.
Australia
Kuranda
Birdworld
 Cattle Egret.
Australia
Kuranda
Birdworld
 Kimberley Lorikeet.
Australia
Kuranda
Birdworld
 Java Sparrow.
Australia
Kuranda
Birdworld
 Alexandrine Parrot.
Australia
Kuranda
Birdworld
 Red Tailed Black Cockatoo.
Australia
Kuranda
Birdworld
 Egret.
Australia
Kuranda
Koala Gardens
 Koala.
Australia
Kuranda
Koala Gardens
 Freshwater Crocodiles.
Australia
Kuranda
Koala Gardens
 Front of a Fresh Water Crocodile.
Australia
Kuranda
Koala Gardens
 Eastern Grey Kangaroo.
Australia
Kuranda
Koala Gardens
 Long Necked Turtle.
Australia
Kuranda
Koala Gardens
 Swamp Wallaby.
Australia
Kuranda
Koala Gardens
 Red Bellied Blacksnake.
Australia
Kuranda
Koala Gardens
 Green Tree Frog.
Australia
Kuranda
Koala Gardens
 Common Blue Tongue Lizard.
Australia
Kuranda
Koala Gardens
 Paddy's Melon is a marsupial.
Australia
Alice Springs
 The Galah is a pink and grey cockatoo found in parks.
Australia
Alice Springs
 Crested Pigeon.
Australia
Alice Springs
Reptile Centre
 Northern Giant Cave Gecko.
Australia
Alice Springs
Reptile Centre
 Legless Lizard.
Australia
Alice Springs
Reptile Centre
 Northern Spiny Tailed Gecko.
Australia
Alice Springs
Reptile Centre
 Bearded Dragons can expand their ribs as a defence.
Australia
Alice Springs
Reptile Centre
 One of over 80 species of striped skink found in Australia.
Australia
Alice Springs
Reptile Centre
 The Eastern Brown Snake has the second most toxic venom in the world.
Australia
Alice Springs
Reptile Centre
 Zigzag Velvet Gecko.
Australia
Alice Springs
Reptile Centre
 The Black Headed Python can raise its body temperature by raising its head to the Sun.
Australia
Alice Springs
Reptile Centre
 The Gidgee Skink uses its scales to attach itself to a burrow.
Australia
Alice Springs
Reptile Centre
 The Inland Taipan. This is considered the world's most venomous snake.
Australia
Alice Springs
Reptile Centre
 Northern Death Adder.
Australia
Alice Springs
Reptile Centre
 Blue Tongued Skink.
Australia
Alice Springs
Reptile Centre
 Black Headed Goanna.
Australia
Alice Springs
Reptile Centre
 The Perentie is Australia's largest lizard reaching a length of 2m.
Australia
Alice Springs
Reptile Centre
 A species of Central Australian Goanna.
Australia
Alice Springs
Reptile Centre
 Frilled Lizard.
Australia
Alice Springs
Reptile Centre
 The Spencers Goanna can grow to a length of 1.2m.
Australia
Alice Springs
Reptile Centre
 The head of a Spencers Goanna.
Australia
Alice Springs
Reptile Centre
 Tail of a Salt Water Crocodile.
Australia
Alice Springs
Reptile Centre
 Long Nosed Dragon.
Australia
Alice Springs
Botanical Garden
 Australian Ringneck.
Australia
Red Centre
 The Emu is a flighless bird only found in Australia.
Australia
Red Centre
 Two Emus in the desert.
Australia
Adelaide
Botanic Garden
 Yellow flowers and a bee.
Australia
Adelaide
Botanic Garden
 Australian Ringneck.
Australia
Adelaide
Port Adelaide
 Cassiopea Nodrosia (Tropical Jellyfish) in the harbour waters.
Australia
Kangaroo Creek
Gorge Wildlife Park
 Pelican. The flap below its beak allows it to carry food to its young.
Australia
Kangaroo Creek
Gorge Wildlife Park
 Wedge Tailed Eagle.
Australia
Kangaroo Creek
Gorge Wildlife Park
 Red Necked Wallaby. These animals are marsupials, raising their young in pouches.
Australia
Kangaroo Creek
Gorge Wildlife Park
 Red Necked Wallaby baby in its mother's pouch.
Australia
Kangaroo Creek
Gorge Wildlife Park
 Head of a Cassowary, the world's second largest flightless bird.
Australia
Kangaroo Creek
Gorge Wildlife Park
 Dingo. These relatives of dogs arrived in Australia with the first humans.
Australia
Kangaroo Creek
Gorge Wildlife Park
 Flying Fox. These mammals are bats.
Australia
Kangaroo Creek
Gorge Wildlife Park
 The head of a Flying Fox.
Australia
Kangaroo Creek
Gorge Wildlife Park
 The Quokka is a small marsupial.
Australia
Kangaroo Creek
Gorge Wildlife Park
 The Emu is a flightless bird from Australia.
Australia
Kangaroo Creek
Gorge Wildlife Park
 The Echidna is an egg laying mammal.
Australia
Kangaroo Creek
Gorge Wildlife Park
 The Echidna's snout is both a mouth and a nose. These egg laying mammals eat termites and ants.
Australia
Kangaroo Creek
Gorge Wildlife Park
 The Red Kangaroo is the largest marsupial.
Australia
Kangaroo Creek
Gorge Wildlife Park
 Red Kangaroos have very powerful hind legs.
Australia
Kangaroo Creek
Gorge Wildlife Park
 The White Ibis.
Australia
Kangaroo Creek
Gorge Wildlife Park
 American Alligator.
Australia
Kangaroo Creek
Gorge Wildlife Park
 Parma Wallaby.
Australia
Kangaroo Creek
Gorge Wildlife Park
 Laughing Kookerburra.
Australia
Kangaroo Creek
Gorge Wildlife Park
 Spoonbill.
Australia
Kangaroo Creek
Gorge Wildlife Park
 A pair of Swamp Wallabies.
Wallabies are smaller than kangaroos.
Australia
Kangaroo Creek
Gorge Wildlife Park
 Black Scaup.
Australia
Kangaroo Creek
Gorge Wildlife Park
 Small Clawed Otters. These animals come from North America.
Australia
Kangaroo Creek
Gorge Wildlife Park
 Golden Pheasant.
Australia
Kangaroo Creek
Gorge Wildlife Park
 Rainbow Lorikeets.
Australia
Kangaroo Creek
Gorge Wildlife Park
 Monitor Lizard.
Australia
Kangaroo Creek
Gorge Wildlife Park
 The head of a Monitor Lizard.
Australia
Kangaroo Creek
Gorge Wildlife Park
 Jabiru.
Australia
Kangaroo Creek
Gorge Wildlife Park
 Tasmanian Devil. This is the only carniverous marsupial.
Australia
Kangaroo Creek
Gorge Wildlife Park
 The Rhea is a flighless bird from South America.
Australia
Kangaroo Creek
Gorge Wildlife Park
 A group of Agile Wallabies.
Australia
Kangaroo Creek
Gorge Wildlife Park
 Male peacock displaying.
Australia
Kangaroo Creek
Gorge Wildlife Park
 Head of Peacock.
Australia
Kangaroo Creek
Gorge Wildlife Park
 Detail of peacock feathers.
Australia
Kangaroo Creek
Gorge Wildlife Park
 Wallabies use their forelimbs for grasping, unlike kangaroos.
Australia
Kangaroo Creek
Gorge Wildlife Park
 Boobook Owl.
Australia
Kangaroo Creek
Gorge Wildlife Park
 Pied Goose.
Australia
Kangaroo Creek
Gorge Wildlife Park
 Mandarin Duck.
Australia
Kangaroo Creek
Gorge Wildlife Park
 White Goshawk.
Australia
Kangaroo Creek
Gorge Wildlife Park
 Head of a Pheasant.
Australia
Kangaroo Creek
Gorge Wildlife Park
 The Koala is a marsupial.
Australia
Kangaroo Creek
Gorge Wildlife Park
 Close up of a Koala.
Belize
Crooked Tree
 Caracaras are a bird of prey.
Belize
Tropical Education Centre
 Jaguar in the Tropical Education Centre in Central Belize.
Belize
Tropical Education Centre
 Male curassow.
Belize
Tropical Education Centre
 Green iguana.
Belize
Tropical Education Centre
 A peccary is a type of wild pig.
Belize
Tropical Education Centre
 Bush fowl.
Belize
Tropical Education Centre
 The agouti is a large member of the rodent family.
Belize
Tropical Education Centre
 King vulture.
Belize
Tropical Education Centre
 The Puma is a member of the cat family.
Belize
Tropical Education Centre
 Keel billed tucan.
Belize
Tropical Education Centre
 Pygmy owl.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2017 KryssTal

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