Australia zoo, home of the crock hunter

Trip Start Apr 11, 2005
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Tuesday, August 30, 2005

'Cricky mate' We went to the crock zoo the other day and weren't disappointed.

The big man himself wasn't there apparently he's currently tagging crocks up north to record how they move etc.

The zoo was huge with lots of wildlife we had never seen before. What amazed us was the fact that a lot of the animals are roaming free in large pastures (eg the Kangaroos) and you can enter and stroke them. It's still no where near the likes of a safari park but better than some small cages we have seen animals cooped up in.

Kt loved the Koalas and would have taken one home, that is if we had a home. The lucky things sleep for upto 22hrs a day then spend the other 2hrs feeding, thats the life.

Any ways you have all been to the zoo before so I wont go on but heres some pics.
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jhwmeow
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Steve Irwin
what a terrible, shocking, devasting loss! He was an outstanding conservationist and his hyper-like behaviour certainly got attention that wildlife needs and deserves. I am so sad and Crikey what a devastating loss. His family must be shocked and very saddened. I extend my deepest sympathies to them and at the same time, gratitude for all that they have done and Stve's wonderful legacy to the world.

supersport22feb
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supersport22feb
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The Irwin Family
My heart goe's out to you and you'r family. He will be missed by very many people. His show was a tribute to everyone.


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cherokee
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the irwin family
my family and i want to send you our heartfelt love for you and yours .what a great loss to our world .may god bless the family it,s like i lost a friend too . your friend cherokee@family

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