Kimmi

Kimmi
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Ivyblue

Yes I have come across a few of these.I am in NZ at present.

Ivyblue

Yes I have come across a few of these.I am in NZ at present.

Tonypony

Hmmm they say these little sweeties are genetically unrelated to dogs but I don't believe they are the result of convergent evolution do they have a common ancestor? Apparently much smarter than dogs perhaps the way we are smarter than your average Neanderthals I wonder. I've been told they are only known to exist australia since the Holocene .they've been known to attack people with food but I think this is probably because of their intelligence rather than being wild maybe both?

Tonypony

This one looks like a lighter dryland species- in the rainforest they tend to be darker

ChateaudeJau

Who says we're smarter than your average Neanderthal?

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About ElleStreet

G’day! I’m Elle (L) and not very good with generic introductions. Packed literally a suitcase and moved with my dog to Australia in 2019 from Switzerland. I volunteer in my free time in a Dingo Sanctuary to help and learn about amazing animals and the environment. Another hobby of mine is drawing (traditional and digital) and hiking. I also like old school rock, grunge and metal (especially European bands). Since travelling is off the table for a while i’m looking for some penpals from Japan and New Zealand for friendship, exchanging stories and maybe postcards and little care packages from time to time. Looking forward to hear from likeminded new friends

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