The Most Exciting Crypto News This Summer!

Jean

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Fortunately down here in NZ we're not totally bereft of impressive beasties (apart from Archi and Messie of course) we have rainforest Nautilus, bush Haggis, Taniwha and the Tuatara (a Real beasty) Sphenodon sp) which is a hold over from the age of dinosaurs....and apparently our bats are very special too :shock:

Added to all these riches we have the Fiordland Moose, the Moa (which some swear still lives in remote areas!) and the elusive Otter. Many of these are only seen/heard after the "researcher" concerned has spent a considerable time at the nearest "watering hole"

But seriously the Lake Champlain report is very exciting! Hope next time they take a camera!

J
 

joel_ang

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I believed sea badgers lived in New-Zealand too, and also the land living (possibly tree climbing) sea badgers too.

Thats not a dinosaur its giant mutated marine iguana :bonk:
 

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:?:

Just curious, do you pronounce it tomAto or tomuhto? :tomato:

By the way, Did you know that the direct decendent of the sea badger has been found?
 

Jean

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Is it aloominum or aluminium????????? :biggrin2:

I speak english so of course it's aluminium :biggrin2: :biggrin2: :biggrin2: :biggrin2: :biggrin2: :biggrin2:

And yes Joel both types of Sea Badger have been (rarely) spotted in NZ, but they tend to fall prey to the totally EVIL sandflies (kinda like a mega mosquito) Anyone who's been to the West Coast of the Sth Isl or Fiordland will have chewed on by these. Sea Badgers just can't cope and to protects themselves have totally changed their behaviour. They can sometimes been seen powerdressing and supping on Lattes on Lambton Quay in Wellington and the Viaduct Basin in Auckland :lol:

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