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Bloomfield River cod

Fishing Tips, Marine Life, Marines

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"Most threatened species are so rare that we often don't know what they

Murray cod - Murray cod push significant distances into upland river habitats.

Research finds a dramatic increase in feral predators as fires make some native Australian animals even more vulnerable

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Bloomfield River cod

Yellow-Bellied Glider

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Queensland tropical rain forests - Young cassowary in the Daintree Rainforest

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If you go to Long Island with your children this is a must-do stop on your trip. From tropical fish to penguins to sharks, this aquarium has it all.

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Charlotte thought this bush turkey was trying to get away with having us believe it was a palm cockatoo.


Smallmouth bass - Detailed underwater photo of Smallmouth Bass Micropterus dolomieu.

The eastern quoll is now extinct in South Australia. The only area where they are

(they have a few of these 5 foot flightless birds. Check the head out

It was overall worth to visit: we were able to observe sea creatures that we don't usually see at other places.

Bloomfield, who has an extensive knowledge of botany and husbandry, started asking Boggs about his vegetables. He mentioned that he was growing Little Gems, ...

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Chugging through the jungle, keeping our eyes peeled for crossing Cassowary, we came across this massive Fig Tree beside the road.

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Cassowary - Southern cassowary

It was overall worth to visit: we were able to observe sea creatures that we don't usually see at other places.

Largemouth bass - A Largemouth bass caught by an angler.

More shots of Wild Turkey!!

Monster: A full-grown great white shark washed up on a Cape Cod beach

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Bald-headed Birds

They had an learning exhibit for the kids to discover which fish are OK to catch and eat. He had fun at the little stools flipping up the signs.

(Animals from Kaiyukan Aquarium)

Australian water dragon - Intellagama lesueurii howittii

Cichlid - A female Cyphotilapia frontosa mouthbrooding fry, which can be seen looking out her

Dead whale washes up on beach in Pacifica


Happy camper (see what I did there?)

Largemouth bass - Image: Largemouth bass fish underwater animal in natural habitat micropterus salmoides

Perciformes - Image: דקראים


Cichlid - A substrate brooding female managuense cichlid, Parachromis managuense, guards a clutch of

Pied monarch

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List of Ocean Animals

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A mystery is unfolding in Wasaga Beach after hundreds of strange eel washed ashore near the mouth of the Nottawasaga River.

Slow down, Chill out, not flat out

Oakland County is Coyote Country. Coyotes are learning and adapting to our ways far faster than we even try to learn their ways, however living together in ...

The closest we've been to a cassowary, and it just happened to be

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Around the bend (and up the ramp), you'll come across the Shark Tank!

Smallmouth bass - Lighter colored variety holding on typical sandy bottom habitat.

The LA Zoo is one of the best places for kids and adults. We always have a good time and my 2 kids enjoy learning what new things the Zoo has to ...

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The catch

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Needless to say that Shigeru NARUMO should be one of the opening acts in Japanese Progressive Rock scene, with his wonderful guitar technique and talent as ...

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When we tried to take a picture after feeding the deer, they all left as if they have no interest in us without food. :(

Queenie caught in Weipa

Domestic turkey - A young turkey is called a poult.

Wompoo fruit dove - Wompoo pigeon in a garden near Cooktown, Queensland

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One of the lucky victims Warby caught - he was small enough to live another day

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Wompoo fruit dove - In Queensland, Australia

Barramundi caught on the Jackey Jackey river

From plunging into predator-filled waters to marching across icebergs, these much-adored animals thrive in the harshest conditions.


Zoo admission, which includes all Wild for the Planet activities, is $21 for general admission (ages 13 to 61); $18 for seniors (ages 62+), ...

Great Visiblity

Visiting Shark Valley National Park by bike (next time, I'll do the 15-mile bike loop)