Useful Notes Australian Wildlife Discussion

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04:06:11 AM Nov 9th 2012
'Insects, arachnids and related' - unless anyone has some notable insects or relateds, we could retitle this folder 'spiders'.
10:08:59 PM Jan 25th 2012
Jeez, what *IS* it with blackberries? I live on an island in Maine (northeast United States) of all places and blackberries unchecked will run RAMPANT here, as well.
02:56:23 AM Jun 28th 2010
I feel this article has too many Headscratchers things, and subjective thought about animals. It seems that we animal activists are not welcomed here....

Anyway, I hope for a more fair and objective page, and anyone has to remember these creatures are ANIMALS, not MONSTERS.
08:02:44 AM Jun 28th 2010
edited by SomeGuy
03:53:28 PM Jan 25th 2011
Technically, no, these animals are not monsters. They are, however, extremely dangerous. Many of them are aggressive. Some choose to camouflage themselves where we want to go. So we dislike them, yes. Does it mean we hate them all? No. Most of them are quite delicious.
07:23:19 AM Nov 10th 2011
edited by Zaptech
Except rabbits. Rabbits are a scourge upon mankind.
08:02:21 AM Nov 10th 2011
A tasty scourge though. I love a nice bit of roast rabbit.
01:50:01 AM May 25th 2012
At the end of the day, any aussie will tell you the same as the trope page. We know they aren't monsters, and we don't say they are, or portray them as, monsters. They are ANIMALS (went with capitals. No italics available). This is not meant to make us seem like a nation of bad-arse's, just get across the point that you are better off sticking to the zoo's and staying in the tour bus; animals in the wild are untamed (duh) and most times territorial.
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