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Trunko  "Fish Like A Polar Bear" published in the December 27, 1924, edition of London's Daily Mail. The animal was reputedly first seen off the coast battling two killer whales, which fought the unusual creature for three hours. It used its tail to attack the whales and reportedly lifted itself out of the water by about 20 fee

Trunko "Fish Like A Polar Bear" published in the December 27, 1924, edition of London's Daily Mail. The animal was reputedly first seen off the coast battling two killer whales, which fought the unusual creature for three hours. It used its tail to attack the whales and reportedly lifted itself out of the water by about 20 fee

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The Blue Fairy Wren of Australia. The bane of my husbands life. Tried to photograph these so many times but never quick enough. Went halfway around Australia to see them and when we came home, here was one sitting smugly in the park down the road. Ha ha.

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