• AUS_Windjana_BV

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    Windjana Gorge N.P., a truly fantastic 'klooiplek'.

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  • AUS_Freshies1_BV

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    Freshwater crocodiles (Crocodilus johnstoni) in Windjana Gorge, NW-Australia.

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    Freshwater crocodiles have sharp teeth, but are considered harmless as compared to their saltwater relatives.

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    'Freshies' mating in the early morning, Windjana Gorge.

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  • AUS_flyingfox_BV

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    A black flying-fox, Pteropus alecto, curiously watching the photographer. Riverbanks in the Kimberley hold small colonies of these large fruit-eating bats.

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  • AUS_monitor_BV

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    Merten's water monitor, basking high up in a tree.

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  • AUS_Kimberley_BV

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    A landscape in the W-Kimberley. The spinifex (or actually Triodia sp.) covered landscapes of Australia support many species of reptiles. The wet season is the best time to look for them.

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