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Re: deadly back yard critters
« Reply #60 on: 05.08. 2016 18:45 »
Wouldn't  like that in me back yard for sure

Dont think I would try sitting on it either
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Re: deadly back yard critters
« Reply #62 on: 18.08. 2016 12:50 »
and this one!!

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Re: deadly back yard critters
« Reply #63 on: 23.08. 2016 08:54 »
Starting to warm up a little down here. Won't be long before these little critters are out.
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Re: deadly back yard critters
« Reply #64 on: 23.08. 2016 09:49 »
OMG!
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Re: deadly back yard critters
« Reply #65 on: 23.08. 2016 10:35 »
I remember as a kid my grandmother was hanging out the washing and a 4'er (small) cruised through the yard. My grandad chased it with a shovel. They climb a tree when cornered, grandma was the closest "tree".
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Re: deadly back yard critters
« Reply #66 on: 23.08. 2016 11:47 »
With all the nasty critters, Australia is obviously not suitable for human habitation; better run away as quickly as possible!
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