Thursday, 24 December 2015

a brolga and a numbat

Here you go Jan this is a brolga and a numbat
brolga

 numbat

10 comments:

  1. Oh we definitely don't have those here!!! Thanks for the info, you learn something every day!
    love Jan,xx

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    1. You're welcome Jan. You certainly do learn something everyday. I was just saying that to Bear recently. You never stop learning.
      Hugs Lindy

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  2. The brolga looks a lot like a sandhill crane. Don't think we have a numbat.

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    1. Interesting I will have to google sandhill crane. thanks Sunny.
      Hugs Lindy

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  3. Just thinking it looked like a heroin, when I read Leigh,s comment, no numbers though.

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    1. Just looked up sandhill crane and they do look similar, Anna
      Hugs Lindy

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  4. What family does the numbat belong to?

    Love,
    Ronnie
    xx

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    1. Hi Ronnie numbats belong to the anteater family and are mostly found in Western Australia these days.
      Hugs Lindy

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  5. I agree with Sunny...the brogla does look quite a bit like a sandhill crane. The numbat looks like a cross between an armadillo and a rat. Thanks for sharing Lindy. ;)

    Hugs and blessings...Cat

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    1. think the brolga must be related to your sandhill crane as just looked it up. Thanks Cat.
      Hugs Lindy

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