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Spiders snakes and drop bears WARNING!

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Spiders snakes and drop bears WARNING!

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1. Re: Spiders snakes and drop bears WARNING!

Very erudite. I think Tourism Tasmania uses the same technique to track our tourist. :)

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2. Re: Spiders snakes and drop bears WARNING!

The more we can learn about the habits of drop bears the better. Thanks for the link!

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3. Re: Spiders snakes and drop bears WARNING!

good to know that someone is finally doing something about these pests.

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4. Re: Spiders snakes and drop bears WARNING!

Yes, Luigi, but they bought one of those cheap batteries at the Reject Shop and lost him!

Last seen in Smithton asking where the Greens Office was located.

GW with a little more time and the collection of more data, this research has all the hallmarks of a fine PhD thesis.

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