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Life Of Others : Oliver Hill – King’s Skink (Egernia Kingii)

King’s Skink or Egernia Kingii, – Oliver Hill, Rottnest Island, Western Australia, Australia

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Life Of Others : Lake Argyle – The Freshie

Life Of Others (Post#16) : Lake Argyle – The Freshie Australian are known to make informal words and used to shorten long word or group of words. The group of words that they were able to made a colloquial word is “Freshwater crocodiles” which they called it as “Freshie”. During the cruising activity in Lake Argyle, we had a chance

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Life Of Others : Lake Argyle – Magpie Geese

Life Of Others (Post#15) : Lake Argyle – Magpie Geese Cruising Lake Argyle was enjoyable not only because of its photographic scenery. The lake even was man-made reservoir, became a natural habitat for other life form such as birds. A type of bird we saw within the lake is Magpie Geese. This type of water bird are said to be

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Life Of Others : Lake Argyle – Short Eared Rock Wallabies

Life Of Others (Post#14) : Lake Argyle – Short Eared Rock Wallabies Cruising Lake Argyle gives the visitor a chance to see some of the island dwellers in the lake. One of this is Short Eared Rock Wallabies which commonly found in rocky hills and gorges and these wallaby species can only be sighted in Northern Territory and Western Australia. We

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Life Of Others : Lake Argyle – Archerfish

Life Of Others (Post#13) : Archerfish During our cruise in Lake Argyle, we saw and enjoyed native fishes. One of the fish that we identified were archerfish which very common to be seen even at the shallow part of the lake. We had a chance to feed fishes as well after the sightings of Freshie (Freshwater Crocodiles).  It was said

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Life Of Others : Japanese Sea Nettle (Chrysaora Pacifica)

Life Of Others (Post#12) : Japanese Sea Nettle (Chrysaora Pacifica) This type of jelly which can appear in groups called “smacks”. And it has light-colored bell with dark orange lines. It has long tentacles which can be 10 feet long and cause skin irritation. These photos are part of Georgia Aquarium Visit Photo Collection November 2015. Please follow and like

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Life Of Others : Living Frog at Ancient Basalt Mortar

Life Of Others (Post#11) : Living Frog at Ancient Basalt Mortar During the hike in Pagat, since the area is protected and being preserve as it is a national historical site, we found a relics of Basalt Mortar used by local Chamorros even before Spaniards arrived. And while my buddy guide telling about the basalt mortar, we found these living

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Life Of Others : Tien-Hsiang Monkey

Life Of Others (Post#10) : Tien-Hsiang Monkey One of the things to see while walking around Tien-Hsiang Village is to see monkey astray in the ground. The monkey that I saw was near the local store just beside the river and its own location was a great viewpoint for a wonderful scenery with the background of bridges and temple at

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