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    Quote Originally Posted by Chauncey View Post
    If the Drop Bears don't you..
    There seems to be a trend.

    THIEVES in the Pilbara have broken into an adult shop to steal a supply of *** toys
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    http://www.perthnow.com.au/news/west...-1226936944788

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    So...Not all animals are dangerous to humans!!

    Pretty amazing dog,in my opinion!

    Heroic Dog Gives Her Life Protecting Owner Who Was Surrounded By Sharks

    https://www.thedodo.com/heroic-dog-d...532541844.html

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    Default Great white shark probably choked to death on sea lion, authorities say


    ..Earlier this week the shark, which was about four metres long, was seen thrashing in shallow waters at Coronation Beach, north of Geraldton.

    Its carcass, which had been fitted with an acoustic tag, washed up on the same beach on Tuesday.

    The Department of Fisheries says research scientists have found the shark had no visible signs of injury or disease, but had a large Australian sea lion stuck inside its throat...
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    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2014-07-1...ities-/5604410

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    ^^^
    Brilliant. I lol'ed.

    The first ever kangaroo I saw in Australia was also dead (poor skippy), thankfully most of the ones I saw after that were happily hopping though

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    I reckon I've seen 10 dead ones for every live one. Out in the Mid West and Goldfields, the road trains collect them at a fearsome rate.

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