Thursday, February 12, 2009

Graduation Trip: Sydney Wildlife World (II)


Graduation Trip: Sydney Wildlife World

Aww, look at its fluffy ears! The koalas are such adorable creatures, aren't they?

Graduation Trip: Sydney Wildlife World

Here's another one sleeping under the broad daylight.

Graduation Trip: Sydney Wildlife World

An awaken koala eating Eucalyptus leaves. It's not often to see them awake, since they will spend most of their time sleeping, 18 to 20 hours a day.

Graduation Trip: Sydney Wildlife World

Let's exercise your eyes just a little bit, try to zoom in and see what are the "things" behind me, k?

Graduation Trip: Sydney Wildlife World

Exactly! They are wallabies...

Graduation Trip: Sydney Wildlife World

...and kangaroos.

Graduation Trip: Sydney Wildlife World

Ssshh... we got a sleepy wombat here! So cute >.<"

Graduation Trip: Sydney Wildlife World

This is a fake one, of course!

Graduation Trip: Sydney Wildlife World

We saw all sort of birds.

Graduation Trip: Sydney Wildlife World

ducks...

Graduation Trip: Sydney Wildlife World

Cassowary, the third largest flightless bird on the planet, smaller only than the Ostrich and Emu.

Graduation Trip: Sydney Wildlife World

I never like frogs but the green tree frogs do look adorable.

Graduation Trip: Sydney Wildlife World

There are also certain kind of animals which we have not seen before.

Graduation Trip: Sydney Wildlife World

More birds...

Graduation Trip: Sydney Wildlife World

Frilly-necked lizard.

Graduation Trip: Sydney Wildlife World

A giant frilly-necked lizard!

Graduation Trip: Sydney Wildlife World

Central Bearded Dragon.

Graduation Trip: Sydney Wildlife World

Zebra-tailed lizard.

Graduation Trip: Sydney Wildlife World

Perentie Lizards.

Graduation Trip: Sydney Wildlife World

What now? Time to shop for souvenirs!!!

Graduation Trip: Sydney Wildlife World

It was fun playing with hand puppets =P

5 comments:

  1. The wombat seems dead =P

    Ahh... so many cute animals in australia. Wanna go take a look one day ^^

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  2. ouuu.. koala~ sigh, cant really see most that in m'sia or sg =(

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  3. - i.r.v.i.n.e -:
    Nooo! The wombat was just sleeping =P Otters are cute too! I'm gonna post up more animal photos later on.

    Johhny:
    Haha, the more I post about Australia, the more you feel like coming over!

    x u a n j i n G:
    Here in Australia, you get to pat or even hold a koala =D

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  4. Thank you for sharing
    I'll be there Feb next year can't wait

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