Dusty The Kangaroo is living the good life in Western Australia- he was adopted by a family there after he lost his mom :( and fits right in with the Stewart family’s assortment of puppehs. Read more about Dusty here, with thanks to Claire M.
Wikipedia: “The Didgeridoo (/ˌdɪdʒəriːˈduː/) (also known as a didjeridu) is a wind instrument developed by Indigenous Australians of northern Australia potentially within the last 1,500 years and still in widespread use today both in Australia and around the world. It is sometimes described as a natural wooden trumpet or “drone pipe.” Musicologists classify it as a brass aerophone.”
See what you learn on this site? (Reminds you of this clip.) Now that we’re clear on that- watch this guy- er, Do The Didgeridoo. The cows approve.
From Andrew Y.
Yesterday we received an email from Patrick J., and he sent us a PROSH PHOTO of Bouncer. He also asked us, quite reasonably, to link to his blog.
Oh, I THINK we can manage that. Take a look at THESE if you please…starting with Spock (above.) (Names of each critter are in the hovers.)
Connie C. sent this in- she went on her honeymoon Down Undah, (in March in Cairns, Australia) and ended up with this selfie with Jack The Kangaroo! Now, was it her photo and HE jumped in….or…..was it the other way around??
P.S. “Jack was such a sweetheart!” -C.C.
Yeah. It’s like that. WOMBATSWOMBATSWOMBATS.
Karen F. found these on the Goongerah Wombat Orphanage FB page.
Let’s make a visit to The Australian Bat Clinic & Wildlife Trauma Centre, shall we?
When you come across a Bunch O’ Bebeh Bats With Binkies- well, what are ya gonna do? Ya POST ’em, THAT’s what! These great organizations care for Bebeh Bats that get sick, or are motherless. :( Thanks to Maryann C. for the Bored Panda URL. (Uniform Resource Locator.)
Australia MAY just take The Big J’s place in our Global Cute Hierarchy. (And there wasn’t even such a thing. Until now.) When you realize The Big A has Quokkas…Wombats…AND Koalas; well…whadya think? The Big J…or The Big A? (Although we’ll knock some points off The Big A for those horrendous big ol’ honkin’ spiders.)
Koala photo from Imgur.
Fresh Toe Beans zoomin’ in from Down Undah! Dr. Nome, of Perth Western Australia says “It’s been yonkers* since I sent in some cute pics of my fur family. Now we have added a new fur baby – The Ginger Ninja!” (Above and next two photos below.)
“We fostered and then adopted him after he and his brother were found abandoned. He has settled in nicely with the rest of the fam.”
[*Must be ‘Stralian for “A long time.” -Ed.]