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Kangaroo in purple flowers - Jacqui Barker Photography in the Flinders Ranges, South Australia

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Kangaroo and Joey – Iconic Australia image by Dr. Joseph McGinn –See Wonders of Australia slideshow at http://www.examiner.com/slideshow/wonders-of-australia

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Kangaroo and Joey – Iconic Australia image by Dr. Joseph McGinn –See Wonders of Australia slideshow at http://www.examiner.com/slideshow/wonders-of-australia

Kangaroos sparring in Austalia’s Grampians National Park is just one of many, possible wildlife encounters Down Under.  And, a beautiful, scenic drive! View the photographic slideshow to see unique discoveries that can enhance your travel!  Go to http://www.examiner.com/slideshow/wonders-of-australia

‘Rock Of Ages’ celebrates radical second anniversary at the Venetian Las Vegas

Kangaroos sparring in Austalia’s Grampians National Park is just one of many, possible wildlife encounters Down Under. And, a beautiful, scenic drive! View the photographic slideshow to see unique discoveries that can enhance your travel! Go to http://www.examiner.com/slideshow/wonders-of-australia

The numbat, (Myrmecobius fasciatus), is a termite eating marsupial. The species has survived only in two small patches of land in Western Australia. Numbats are unusual in that they are diurnal and unique among terrestrial mammals, because they have an additional cheek tooth located between the premolars and molars;

The numbat, (Myrmecobius fasciatus), is a termite eating marsupial. The species has survived only in two small patches of land in Western Australia. Numbats are unusual in that they are diurnal and unique among terrestrial mammals, because they have an additional cheek tooth located between the premolars and molars;

Red kangaroo looking, Macropus rufus, Finke Gorge National Park, Australia. Photo: Frans Lanting

Red kangaroo looking, Macropus rufus, Finke Gorge National Park, Australia. Photo: Frans Lanting

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