Barramundi Aboriginal Art

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Barramundi aboriginal art

This drawing was made with animal blood a while back, by aboriginal people of Ubirr, Northern Territory, Australia. Aboriginals often drew animals they liked to hunt or that carried a religious significance. As it is stated here, the Barramundi fish represents love in the face of adversity.

Hungry Kites

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Hungry kites

In September me and my family went to Kakadu National Park, Australia. One of the cruises we did was on Adelaide river, where our guide fed crocodiles and wild kites from the boat.

Jesus Bird

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Jesus bird

I went on a cruise on Mary River, in Kakadu National Park, Australia to see the beautiful wildlife. One of the many birds there was the Jacana, or the Jesus bird. It gets the name from the fact that it “walks on water” or from lily leaf to lily leaf.

Kookaburras Chilling

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Kookaburras chilling

This image was probably taken in Queensland, Australia. It was a few years ago, but I still remember the Kookaburra’s distinctive laughter. It almost felt that I walked into a comedy show. Also, they prefer meat to bread, so keep your fingers ar bay.

Whitehaven Sting Rays

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Whitehaven sting rays

Whitehaven beach in Queensland, Australia is close to Paradise. The water is so clear and the sting rays are so friendly. The sand is white, made of quartz particles and sits on these shores like a pearl in the light.

Reflections of Mary

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Reflections of Mary

As we were waiting for sunset over Mary River, Kakadu National Park, Australia, the trees had a look in the water. Crocodiles were waiting nearby.

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