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Bat over Sambar

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Monty, 26 Feb 2012
    • Monty
      Bat over Sambar
    • Monty
      I put this photo in the wrong section and can not move it to Australian Wildlife
    • Chlidonias
      that's a pretty cool capture Monty.

      (pm Jobalba to move the photo for you, or use the "report post" button)
    • Arizona Docent
      Pretty cool photo. There are feral deer in Australia?
    • Monty
      Those last pictures I posted were taken by people I know, not me.

      We have around 250,000 Sambar in the mountains stretching from Melbourne way to past Canberra.
      Hog deer along the east coast of Victoria.
      Rusa mostly around Sydney.
      Chital in scattered, mostly places in Queensland
      Fallow and Red in pockets across the south
    • IanRRobinson
      It would be interesting to know how high a proportion Australia now has of these two species' global populations.
    • Animal
      I did not realize that there are so many deer-spicies in australia!
    • Arizona Docent
      Me neither.
    • Chlidonias
      in New Zealand we have red deer, wapiti, fallow deer, white-tailed deer, rusa, sika, sambar, and maybe moose (but probably not)
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