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    Some more 'exotic' animals.

    Exotic if you don't live in Australia.
    The sleepy koala.

    Some sleep alone.


    Some sleep in group.


    Some sleep high up.




    Sleeping looks like a tiring job so when they are not sleeping they eat.


    Hope you like the koala.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tim11 View Post
    Sleeping looks like a tiring job so when they are not sleeping they eat.
    Kind of like this guy....
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    rx_morph. Is that a wild boar? A pet or in a zoo?
    I'm amazed with stuff your Samsung spins out. Keep up the good work.
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    Dingos

    Constantly on the prowl...


    Prowling on the rock...


    Leaving no stone unturned...


    There has to be something interesting somewhere...


    A portrait


    Any difference from domestic dogs? See for yourself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tim11 View Post
    rx_morph. Is that a wild boar? A pet or in a zoo?
    I'm amazed with stuff your Samsung spins out. Keep up the good work.
    Thanks tim11. It's actually a pot-bellied pig which my aunt has as a pet. Even for a pot-bellied pig though, it is much overweight.

    I love the pictures of the dingo. Especially the portrait shot.

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    rx_morph where are you from, what country? NZ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by T06 View Post
    rx_morph where are you from, what country? NZ?
    Nah, I live in the United States...Tennessee to be exact.

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    RX_MORPH,
    So this pet pot-belly pig. I know now it's a pet but is it tame? Is it approachable? I mean... just look at its tusks...
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    Quote Originally Posted by tim11 View Post
    RX_MORPH,
    So this pet pot-belly pig. I know now it's a pet but is it tame? Is it approachable? I mean... just look at its tusks...
    Well I actually haven't been around him too much to know exactly how tame he is but the times that I have seen him he seems fairly calm. He's definitely approachable. He moves extremely slow due to his size so you wouldn't be in any danger approaching him.

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    I was debating on whether or not to put these under the Bird Thread or here...anyway, same nest but just taken about a week apart from the first picture.
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