“This is Miss Georgie getting some Bunday cuddles from Mumma Jo on a cold winter Sunday in Melbourne, Australia. She fell asleep so we were able to get a sneaky shot of her snoozing her little heart out. She lost her litter brother Houdini on Wednesday :( so she has been getting lots of hugs.” -Joanne B.
Got one right heah. Got grabby hands n’ everything.
After a long day, where do you clean up? Well, Kristen B.’s house, it seems.
“Hi guys and gals, I thought you might like to see my colourful automatic outdoor pond cleaners. One of these Rosellas spends the better part of its day in this bowl splashing about, making a mess. I think is was a fish in a past life! Shot by me from my parents couch.” -Kristen B. from Victoria, Australia.
Scootie The Kitteh’s BEANS are prominently featured ’cause, well, today is TOESDAY and all. But Cuteporter from Down Undah AKA Dr. Nome also sent us this photo of her puppeh Ernie the Caramel Goldendoodle, and as you can see, he’s gotta go up on this post with his pal Scoots.
G’day to all of ya!
[When you read this post, do so out loud in a Steve Irwin accent, in honor of The Man. Woo Hoo!]
“LOOKIT THIS LITTLE BEAUTY! This is Mirrawa, a six month old Swamp Wallaby Joey at the Taronga Zoo!”
“Now, Mirrawa’s mum rejected her- fair dinkum- and that’s a sad state of affairs. But THINGS ARE LOOKIN’ UP!”
“They’re gonna care for the li’ DARLIN’ ’til she’s about eight months old. Then she will live with the Wallaby group. Crickey!”
“So all’s well that ends well!”
..to come up with those new animated Traffic Lights we’ve been hearing about. No more boring RED..YELLOW..GREEN.
Just LEFT…or RIGHT. (Oh, and have a G’day!)
Syd’s official designation is a “Southern Hairy-Nosed Wombat.”
She lives at the Taronga Zoo in Sydney, Australia.
Sydney is eight months old, and is just now poking her considerable schnozz outside to see wassup.
That’s mom Korra at right.
Sydney shown here achieving decent ground clearance!
Credit 2 ZooBorns with the story.
Wouldn’t you like to be a Friend to Joey? Adam Cox of Wakaleo Animal Channel sent these photos and video in, and explains, “I recently took a trip to North Queensland, Australia because I heard they had some rare species in care. These are Tree Kangaroo Joeys! These guys are super elusive in the wild and very hard to find anywhere else so I had to go and see them for myself. Their caretaker Margit is an adorable woman who’s passion in life is animals. The 2 animals in the video have had a rough start in life losing their mothers but Margit is intent on getting them healthy and ready for the wild.”