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Wallabies and Koalas and Penguins - Oh My!


Tuesday, March 05, 2013

I saw wallabies!!!!! Koalas!!!!!! More penguins that you can imagine in one place at one time!!!!!

It was incredible!!!!

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MAMAJAHMAI 3/7/2013 3:02PM

    Wonderful blog and pics PHEBESS.... I've always marveled at how Koalas can be cute and dangerous at the same time- amazing... Good thing to check underneath your car as well emoticon

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GAYLLYNNE 3/7/2013 8:02AM

    I got to see penguins in South America! Aren't they adorable? I would love to see koalas some day!!! Awesome!

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CONFUSEDBIRD 3/6/2013 9:38PM

    Soooooo cool!!!! I used to want a pet koala lol they are so cute! Happy to see you guys are having such an awesome time!

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ROCKYCPA 3/6/2013 8:27PM

    Great blog and beautiful photos. You are really having a wonderful journey and it is a pleasure to follow thru your blogs!

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PHEBESS 3/6/2013 6:59PM

    If I were a baby girl kangaroo, I'd ask for a different name.

Of course, if I were a girl going to school in Australia, I'd probably demand a different school uniform, too!

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WATERMELLEN 3/6/2013 2:15PM

    What a wonderful blog, what wonderful pictures! Definitely if I ever get to this part of the world the Phillip Island tour is going to be on my list. Love your description of the drama queen penguin waiting for new feathers!!

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BAKER1009 3/6/2013 1:49PM

    Awesome blog, thanks for sharing!

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GINIEMIE 3/6/2013 8:47AM

    Wow! What an incredible tour. Once again I loved your pictures. You are right, I wouldn't want to tangle with the Koala's claws. We sure are learning a lot from your travels my friend. Wallabies bounce! Penguins moult! And some seem depressed! You are too much fun!
I think that spruzzo is a much nicer name than a blowhole too. But that's what makes the romance languages so attractive.
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ILOVEROSES 3/6/2013 8:35AM

    Yes Phebe, all babies, whatever sex, are called joeys, lol.

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PHEBESS 3/6/2013 7:31AM

    Are girl baby kangaroos called joeys too? It sounds like such a little boy's name!

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OPALMOON 3/6/2013 6:45AM

    Phillip Island is a great place to see all those penguins, plus the koalas and wallabies. Yes, the young of wallabies, kangaroos and their relatives are called joeys. Bass Strait is the stretch of water separating the mainland state of Victoria (of which Phillip Island is a part) and the mainland state of Victoria.

I enjoyed reading your blog - thanks for sharing and I am glad you enjoyed your trip!

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WENDYJM4 3/6/2013 5:49AM

    looks lovely. I love penguins.

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POPSY190 3/6/2013 1:28AM

    Have just caught up with your blogs. Melbourne is suiting you!

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SUSIEPH1 3/6/2013 1:08AM

    Glad you had such a lovely day xx hugs Susie emoticon emoticon

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ARTJAC 3/6/2013 12:21AM

    IT IS GOOD TO SEE THE FAIRY PENGUINS COME HOME AT THE NOBBIES AT PHILLIP ISLAND WE HAVE SEEN THEM A FEW TIMES NOW AND THE KOALOS ARE INTERESTING TO WATCH LIKE THE WALLABIES SOME OF THEM ARE FRIENDLY AND OTHERS ARE TIMID emoticon

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PLATINUM755 3/5/2013 11:16PM

    And I learn something new every day...so much I did not know about wallabies, koalas and penguins...Thank you!

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