In keeping with the stereotype, I spent the day with Australian animals @ Featherdale Wildlife Park which is all of 20 minutes from where I live. All pics by me - enjoy!
  1. One of the many signs informing us where we are.
  2. And another.
  3. Andddd another.
  4. Echidna!
    A baby one is called a puggle.
  5. Goannas!
  6. Little Penguins!
  7. Cassowary! Kinda terrifying.
  8. Tasmanian Devil!
    Very endangered. 😕
  9. Wallabies!
  10. Wedge-tailed Eagle!
  11. Wombat!
    Scratching himself.
  12. Kangaroo Island Kangaroos!
  13. Some kind of Sea Gull?
  14. Emu w/bonus Rock Wallaby.
    Emus creep me out. Also, it's pronounced Ee-mew.
  15. Brolga!
  16. Spotted-Tailed Quoll!
    You don't know how hard it was to get this photo.
  17. Jabiru(s?) showing off!
  18. Red-tailed Black Cockatoo!
  19. Estuarine Crocodile!
  20. ...and then he opened his mouth.
    I am told that he weighs 550-600kgs (~1300lb) and was brought to Featherdale after eating dogs, only to kill and try to eat his exhibit mates. Welp.
  21. Dat tail, tho.
  22. Dingo!
  23. More dingo!
  24. Quokka! World's cutest creature.
  25. Tiger snake!
  26. Water monitor!
  27. Inland Taipan!
    World's Deadliest Snake!
  28. Red-bellied Black Snake!
  29. Fun fact:
  30. Pig-nosed Turtle!
    Nature is fucking weird.
  31. Saw-shelled Turtle!
    I love turtles. I almost stole this one.
  32. Blue-tongue Lizards!
    You find these in basically every backyard, here. We have saved many from cats.
  33. Koalas!
    We all know that feel.
  34. More koalas.
  35. Tawny Frogmouths!
    Love these guys.
  36. Pelican!
    These guys are the coolest.
  37. Laughing Kookaburra!
    Laugh, Kookaburra laugh...
  38. Sulphur-crested Cockatoo!
    Very popular pets.
  39. ...and then we left after spending too much at the gift shop!
    Thanks for following!
  40. 🐨🐊🇦🇺