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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil View Post

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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
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    Those goofballs should be tracking tasmanian wolves instead.



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    Attack bunny vs. drop bear. Who wins?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Magnetron View Post
    Actually Neil you may know my Niece Kyllie Gray she's a snake catcher up your way?......
    Yeah, i know her but her first name's spelt 'Kylee'. She's practically next door, only about 1200km from me up in the Whitsunday Region of Nth Qld:

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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    Read [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] a serious: Tracking of Drop Bears Using GNSS Technology, study of Volker Janssen University of Tasmania, Australia
    Remember this Caty? I sent you a PM and posted it in Noeman's 'Aussie Gems' years ago when you commented on my previous 'koala' avatar:

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    That is not your common koala. It is the fabled, feared and vicious DROPBEAR. It's a mutated form of Koala, or perhaps it's distant cousin descended from a common ancestor. Nobody has ever been able to catch an adult one and many have died in the attempt. Analysis of it's scats usually prove conclusively that it has recently fed on humans. It has the form of a koala but is many times larger, about the same size as a grizzly but twice as mean. It has powerful jaws and can crush bone to fragments in one bite. It is called a dropbear because it drops from the lower branches of trees onto the head of an unwary passerby, biting off the top of the skull and sucking out the living brain in seconds. The still-writhing corpse is dragged off to its treetop lair and leisurely dismembered to feed it's many young. If humans are scarce it simply eats a few of the smaller members of the litter. If it wasn't cannibalistic we'd be overrun with the mongrel things!

    Fortunately, it is repelled by Vegemite. This is a fact that many non-aussies find totally understandable as they too are repelled (or more correctly, repulsed) by Vegemite. Smearing vegemite liberally on the top of one's head before venturing into the bush is a sure way of protecting yourself from attack, as this sneaky creature only ever attacks by dropping from above. Caps and hats seem only to only enrage it and will guarantee its attention, so tagging along with people wearing headgear while you have your scone smeared with vegemite will totally ensure your personal safety. It's also an effective sunblock so this is a bonus for baldies.

    The AU authorities have gone to great lengths to deny it's very existence, to the extent of covering up its attacks. This is to preserve the tourist trade. They have blamed 'hot spots', where there have been repeated attacks, on serial killers rather than admit that numerous back-packers have been 'picked off' by dropbears while foolishly bushwalking without vegemite & wearing headgear despite vigorous warning from the locals. The authorities have also posted on the internet trying to debunk the many legitimate sites warning of this dangerous native animal. Coupled with it's reclusive ways, this has led to some confusion overseas as to whether it does in fact exist at all, but doubt only exists for outsiders.... we aussies know the truth. Several years back, some local kids found a newborn albino male dropbear near a popular walking track not far from here. It had obviously been rejected by it's mother and kicked out because of its unnatural coat. It was weak and near death, so they were able to handle it safely and took it home. They kept it in a backyard shed for weeks, feeding it on a mixture of bbq'ed meat and gum tree leaves (the only vegetation consumed by these things). As it had never tasted human flesh and had modeled on the boys, it posed no danger to them. In fact, it was quite affectionate and proved to be amazingly intelligent as they even managed to teach it to communicate. Other dropbears were terrified of this male albino 'sport' so attempts were initially made to capture a female to breed more of them, although cloning proved to be much easier. We locals have become quite used to the albino dropbears in our midst as the following you tube videos will show. Because they love the outdoors the boys often take them camping and fishing. They also love partying and some have even developed a fiendish sense of humour to go with their communication skills. The Bundaberg Rum distillery has adopted the albino dropbear as their logo, but to placate the government, they publicly identify it as a polar bear. Again we know the truth. Bundy Rum's sales have tripled since they began featuring the white dropbears in their TV ads:

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    That original enough for ya, hey? Ahh... Australia. Land of originality, aka bullshit!
    That first vid is still my favourite, but they're all good .....
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    Yes I remember,
    do you know once a friend, commenting a tv documentary about Australian wildlife, asked me "do you know there is a very dangerous koala dropping from the trees and biting passerby in the woods?"
    Lol I began to laugh and I found it hard to convince her it was a joke only.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil View Post
    Yeah, i know her but her first name's spelt 'Kylee'. She's practically next door...

    Jayzus they r all inbred with each other!

    My links don't pop open. That "code" thing must not be all purpose. Where r those instructions? Where did they hide them?

    As an absolute last resort read the instructions.

    "Bunderberg Rum Cola"? It comes in cans? Do u monkeys export that? I know u will be wildly interested to know that I once tried to chugalug some 160 proof rum and consequently wound up flat on my back unconscious. The girls then decorated my unconscious body in a rude way. I actually have a photo. Another time I wound up flat on my back was when I tried to keep up drinking vodka with Russian Cossacks. That didn't last long.

    I've tried Vegemite, or was that the British thing? Anyway I liked it.

    Don't try ignoring me, Australoids. It won't stop me. I'm used to being ignored.




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    If Mag is ok now I think we can close this off topic thread.
    Edit: Dersu posted again. Neil and Australoids give a reply and then close this thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    Yes I remember,
    do you know once a friend, commenting a tv documentary about Australian wildlife, asked me "do you know there is a very dangerous koala dropping from the trees and biting passerby in the woods?"
    Lol I began to laugh and I found it hard to convince her it was a joke only.

    Jackalope

    Jackalopes. Very dangerous. Kill a lot of people every year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    If Mag is ok now I think we can close this off topic thread.
    Move it to my boxing forum. That's a low class joint. Almost anything goes there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    If Mag is ok now I think we can close this off topic thread.
    Edit: Dersu posted again. Neil and Australoids give a reply and then close this thread.
    Can't wait for the other Australoid or Melvin will post again. I think he's rabid.

    @Melvin
    Jackalopes are big fluffy sissies compared to Jersey Devils and Dropbears! Anyway it's too smelly over in that boxing forum of yours and sorry, no right of reply extended here. The Queen has spoken and therefore as her favourite executioner i must do her wishes.
    It is done my Lady, they have been silenced.... the dropbears will feed well tonight on their cooling corpses.
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