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Old 01-03-2013, 01:30 PM   #561
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Hey estreeter, be careful! You are driving on the wrong side!


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Hey estreeter, be careful! You are driving on the wrong side!


However, The right side is any side I feel like
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However, The right side is any side I feel like
Honestly i remember being asked by a policeman. when i was a cubscout (yes we get those here) which side if the road should i ride my bike on, when trying for some proficieny badge.

I persisted in saying "the right side" "which i'm sure wasn't technically really wrong, although i had to walk home.

I really shoulda been a bee scout, rather than a boy scout.

Ah well. I'll try again tomorrow. We Aussie's are a persistant breed.
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And just too make my post topic legal, since it was supposed to be about dangerous wildlife here .......



I believe you. Large wildlife can be a danger to traffic in many places, unless you're driving a truck. We have problems with moose. Other animals too (reindeer etc) but moose are by far the biggest

I was wondering if you had any comparably big wildlife in Australia, and then I remembered the "one million wild camels" you're said to have. Are they a problem too?
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I remembered the "one million wild camels" you're said to have. Are they a problem too?
Only in the desert, but not much of a problem,


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Yes we do
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...I remembered the "one million wild camels" you're said to have. Are they a problem too?
I don't know if E's come across camels in his travels. I'm pretty sure i haven't. They are mostly in the Northern Territory, along with herds of wild cattle that they used to have to cull from choppers, although i believe some of the locals are utiising them now.

Wombats can make a mess out of a family car. Small but solid.
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Only in the desert, but not much of a problem...
I suppose you're right. It's a big country and there probably aren't many roads in the desert. But if you were in a small car and one fell on you...
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But if you were in a small car and one fell on you...
Well. If she fell on my car, I'd call a tow truck before the ambulance
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I don't know if E's come across camels in his travels. I'm pretty sure i haven't. They are mostly in the Northern Territory...
You're right. I was just checking sizes & weights in wiki, and there's a map that shows where they are - and it's exactly as you say
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I seem to remember hearing about a wild horse 'Brumby' problem years ago, although nothing recently.
Hopefully they got some kind of handle on them.
Pretty much all these hard hooved large animals are descendants of those left behind by failed settlers, etc.
Camels, horses, long horned cattle, as well as rabbits, foxes, cane toads etc were all introduced.

Please don't get me started on the introduced plant pests
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