Australian Wildlife

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[[Image:Naughty koala.jpg|right|thumb|The Australian Tourism Commission warns tourists not to leave their children unsupervised. The [[Koala Bear]] for instance, while seemingly harmless at first glance, is in fact one of the most dangerous predators on the continent.]]
 
[[Image:Naughty koala.jpg|right|thumb|The Australian Tourism Commission warns tourists not to leave their children unsupervised. The [[Koala Bear]] for instance, while seemingly harmless at first glance, is in fact one of the most dangerous predators on the continent.]]
   
'''Australian wildlife''' consists of a huge variety of [[animals]]; some 83% of [[mammals]], 89% of [[reptiles]], 90% of [[fish]] and [[insects]] and 93% of amphibians that inhabit the continent are endemic to [[Australia]]. It is a well known fact that of the 1.1 million species in Australia precisely 1.2 million are able and usually desiring to kill you. A famous Australian Song, and the current anthem of the Australian Tourism Commission, is quite appropriate for the situation -- ''Come to Australia (You might not get Killed)''.
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'''Australian wildlife''' consists of a huge variety of [[animals]]; some 83% of [[mammals]], 89% of [[reptiles]], 90% of [[fish]] and [[insects]] and 93% of amphibians that inhabit the continent are endemic to [[Australia]]. It is a well known fact that of the 1.1 million species in Australia precisely 1.2 million are able and usually desiring to kill you. A famous Australian Song, and the current anthem of the Australian Tourism Commission, is quite appropriate for the situation -- [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kdihHnaOQsk ''Come to Australia (You might not get Killed)''].
   
 
==Mammals==
 
==Mammals==
   
===[[Drop Bear]] (''Gravitus Grizzlyus'')===
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===[[Drop Bear]] (''Thylarctos plummetus'')===
 
[[Image:Dropbear1.jpg|thumb|Artist's interpretation of a [[drop bear]]. Shortly after completion, artist was eaten alive by posing drop bear]]
 
[[Image:Dropbear1.jpg|thumb|Artist's interpretation of a [[drop bear]]. Shortly after completion, artist was eaten alive by posing drop bear]]
{{cquote|''The 'Drop Bear' (Phakus cinereus) is related to the common Koala [[bear]], neither of which are related to bears''}}
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{{cquote|''The 'Drop Bear' (Thylarctos plummetus) is related to the common Koala [[bear]], neither of which are related to bears''}}
 
Without a doubt the most deadly animal of the world, and maybe even [[Australia]], the drop bear (Phakus cinereus) has '''literally''' terrorized quadrillions of visitors to 'Straya. Not even Chuck Norris has the balls to fight a drop bear. The 'Drop Bear' is related to the common Koala [[bear]], neither of which are related to bears.
 
Without a doubt the most deadly animal of the world, and maybe even [[Australia]], the drop bear (Phakus cinereus) has '''literally''' terrorized quadrillions of visitors to 'Straya. Not even Chuck Norris has the balls to fight a drop bear. The 'Drop Bear' is related to the common Koala [[bear]], neither of which are related to bears.
 
You can protect yourself from the drop-bear in one of three ways: wearing a beer-related trucker style cap, putting vegemite behind your ears, or Staying In Your Own Damn Country.
 
You can protect yourself from the drop-bear in one of three ways: wearing a beer-related trucker style cap, putting vegemite behind your ears, or Staying In Your Own Damn Country.

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