Karlkurla Bushland Park

Karlkurla Bushland Park

Mother & Joey at Lucky Bay, Cape Le Grand National Park

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This little guy's history: "After approx 190 days in the pouch, the Kangaroo Joey is sufficiently developed to make its full emergence - after poking its head out for a few weeks until it eventually feels safe enough to fully emerge. From then on, it spends increasing time in the outside world and eventually, after about 235 days, it leaves the pouch for the last time."

Mother & Joey at Lucky Bay, Cape Le Grand National Park

Cute Creepy Crawly Alert!! These wee "Dancing Peacock Spiders" (only 4.5mm long) are found in the beautiful sandy heathlands of Cape Le Grand National Park near Esperance. The males let their butt fan fly out to impress the ladies and put on a spectacular courtship display of drumming, leg waving, and fan dancing! Read more: http://www.wired.com/2014/05/return-of-the-dancing-peacock-spiders/

Return of the Dancing Peacock Spiders

Return of the Dancing Peacock Spiders. I never thought I'd say this, but those baby spiders are Sooooooo stinking cute!

Spotted Thigh Frog

Spotted Thigh Frog

Kangaroo at Lucky Bay

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Kangaroo at Lucky Bay

Red Kangaroo Western Australia by Amanda Paul

Red Kangaroo Western Australia by Amanda Paul

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