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Monster Croc "Brutus" who is missing his right foot , surprises a boatload of tourists in the saltwaters of Australia

Monster Croc "Brutus" who is missing his right foot , surprises a boatload of tourists in the saltwaters of Australia

Drongo, Madagascar. Some, especially the greater racket-tailed drongo, are noted for their ability to mimic other birds and even mammals! The drongos are a subfamily of small passerine birds of the Old World tropics in the family Dicruridae. This family expanded to include the subfamilies Rhipidurinae (AUSTRALIAN FANTAILS), Monarchinae (MONARCHS & PARADISE FLYCATCHERS), & Grallininae (MAGPIE-LARKS)- The name is originally from the indigenous language of Madagascar,

Drongo, Madagascar. Some, especially the greater racket-tailed drongo, are noted for their ability to mimic other birds and even mammals! The drongos are a subfamily of small passerine birds of the Old World tropics in the family Dicruridae. This family expanded to include the subfamilies Rhipidurinae (AUSTRALIAN FANTAILS), Monarchinae (MONARCHS & PARADISE FLYCATCHERS), & Grallininae (MAGPIE-LARKS)- The name is originally from the indigenous language of Madagascar,

Digging for opalised fossils at Lightning Ridge offers a chance to be involved in real science and get a taste for the toils of an opal miner.

Digging for opalised fossils at Lightning Ridge offers a chance to be involved in real science and get a taste for the toils of an opal miner.

Australia is an animal lovers paradise, from kangaroos to crocodiles, a large proportion of them can't be viewed anywhere else in the world. Perhaps on of the most amazing is the tree kangaroo (not pictured) find out more below. #Australia

Australia is an animal lovers paradise, from kangaroos to crocodiles, a large proportion of them can't be viewed anywhere else in the world. Perhaps on of the most amazing is the tree kangaroo (not pictured) find out more below. #Australia

Largest Crocodile on planet   LOLONG is an Indo-Pacific or Saltwater crocodile (Crocodylus porosus) measured at 20 feet 3 inches (6.17 meters), making him one of the largest crocodiles ever measured from snout-to-tail.    In November of 2011, Australian crocodile expert Dr. Adam Britton of National Geographic sedated and measured Lolong in his enclosure and confirmed Lolong as the world's longest crocodile ever caught and placed in captivity.

Largest Crocodile on planet LOLONG is an Indo-Pacific or Saltwater crocodile (Crocodylus porosus) measured at 20 feet 3 inches (6.17 meters), making him one of the largest crocodiles ever measured from snout-to-tail. In November of 2011, Australian crocodile expert Dr. Adam Britton of National Geographic sedated and measured Lolong in his enclosure and confirmed Lolong as the world's longest crocodile ever caught and placed in captivity.

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