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9.5cm x 13.5cm " John Campbell Pottery " Tasmania Pot Vase - Unusual Color & Signed 1934
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9.5cm x 13.5cm " John Campbell Pottery " Tasmania Pot Vase - Unusual Color & Signed 1934

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Once the largest carnivorous marsupial in Australia and Tasmania, the Tasmanian tiger went the way of the dodo in 1936. Environmental pressure and hunting killed off Tasmanian tigers, also known as thylacines. The last died in a zoo in 1936, only months after the Tasmanian government extended protection to the species.
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The Thylacine. circa Photo taken at Hobart Zoo, Tasmania. Now extinct. The Thylacine (aka Tasmanian Tiger or Tasmanian Wolf) was a carnivorous marsupial. The last one seen was in It is now extinct.

intrinsicallylinkedlife: “ Another Australian animal, one that you shouldn’t laugh about. The Thylacine (Thylacinus cynocephalus), colloquially known as the Tasmanian tiger is an extinct native.

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A bizarre dog-like marsupial, the Tasmanian tiger was hunted to extinction in the for killing sheep. Eighty years later, scientists clear the extinct tiger's name.

Once the largest carnivorous marsupial in Australia and Tasmania, the Tasmanian tiger went the way of the dodo in 1936. Environmental pressure and hunting killed off Tasmanian tigers, also known as thylacines. The last died in a zoo in 1936, only months after the Tasmanian government extended protection to the species.

Once the largest carnivorous marsupial in Australia and Tasmania, the Tasmanian tiger went the way of the dodo in 1936. Environmental pressure and hunting killed off Tasmanian tigers, also known as thylacines. The last died in a zoo in 1936, only months after the Tasmanian government extended protection to the species.
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HIDDEN MAP The Australian stamp was issued in 1988 in a set of 26 stamps fearturing cartoons on the theme "Living Together." The stamp is entitled "Mining" and shows a miner with a large gold nugget in the shape of Australia in his pan (Tasmania is hidden by the edge of the gold pan).
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Sello: Mining (Australia) (Living Together) Mi:AU 1124

HIDDEN MAP The Australian stamp was issued in 1988 in a set of 26 stamps fearturing cartoons on the theme "Living Together." The stamp is entitled "Mining" and shows a miner with a large gold nugget in the shape of Australia in his pan (Tasmania is hidden by the edge of the gold pan).

HIDDEN MAP The Australian stamp was issued in 1988 in a set of 26 stamps fearturing cartoons on the theme "Living Together." The stamp is entitled "Mining" and shows a miner with a large gold nugget in the shape of Australia in his pan (Tasmania is hidden by the edge of the gold pan).
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tasmania via line x shape x colour. photography by gemma cagnacci
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Em formato de coração? Aí já é covardia! Quem produz estas coisas mais fofas é o Josh Engwerda, 23 anos, do Estado da Tasmânia, no sul da Austrália. ele disse que teve a ideia, porque queria dar algo diferente para a namorada e como ele já cultivava morangos, teve esta ideia. Ele conseguiu este efeito usando moldes plásticos ao redor de cada fruta que, ao crescer, adquiriu a forma de coração. Lindo e simples, não é mesmo?
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Never Before Created Detox Healthy Chia Fluff!

If you like cake batter… you will lovveeeeeeee this Plus it makes a ton, so pretty much it’s just like eating a full cake. Come on that’s every kids dream!

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Em formato de coração? Aí já é covardia! Quem produz estas coisas mais fofas é o Josh Engwerda, 23 anos, do Estado da Tasmânia, no sul da Austrália. ele disse que teve a ideia, porque queria dar algo diferente para a namorada e como ele já cultivava morangos, teve esta ideia. Ele conseguiu este efeito usando moldes plásticos ao redor de cada fruta que, ao crescer, adquiriu a forma de coração. Lindo e simples, não é mesmo?

Em formato de coração? Aí já é covardia! Quem produz estas coisas mais fofas é o Josh Engwerda, 23 anos, do Estado da Tasmânia, no sul da Austrália. ele disse que teve a ideia, porque queria dar algo diferente para a namorada e como ele já cultivava morangos, teve esta ideia. Ele conseguiu este efeito usando moldes plásticos ao redor de cada fruta que, ao crescer, adquiriu a forma de coração. Lindo e simples, não é mesmo?
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Extreme Antarctic Winds Shape Trees Into Beautiful Forms (Slope Point, New Zealand)
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The Twisted Trees of Slope Point - It is the southernmost tip on New Zealand's South Island. The airstreams loop the vast circumpolar Southern Ocean unobstructed for 2000 miles and then they smash into land.

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Slope Point is the southernmost point of the southern island of New Zealand. The winds blow fiercely, but also consistently from the south. Consequently, trees there grow leaning toward the north. You can see more photos of them at the link.

Slope Point Trees: Beauty Created by Force of Nature

Extreme Antarctic Winds Shape Trees Into Beautiful Forms (Slope Point, New Zealand)
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Omphalotus nidiformis, a bioluminescent mushroom.
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Fungus - A whitish fan or funnel-shaped mushroom growing at the base of a tree. Omphalotus nidiformis, a bioluminescent mushroom

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You can buy the spores for this semi-poisonous glow in the dark mushroom here.

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Omphalotus nidiformis, a bioluminescent mushroom.

Omphalotus nidiformis, a bioluminescent mushroom.

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Benjamin known to be the last Thylacine (Tasmanian Tiger) at the Beaumaris Zoo in Hobart Tasmania ca. 1933.

Benjamin known to be the last Thylacine (Tasmanian Tiger) at the Beaumaris Zoo in Hobart Tasmania ca. 1933.

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Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery by Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp

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Credit: NASA. A high pressure system created this enormous cloud hole photographed off Australia on June 5, 2012.

Cloud Hole Photographed by Satellite NASA’s Aqua satellite caught an arresting image of a strange, enormous weather system off the coast of Tasmania June featuring a cloud hole wider than 620 miles.

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Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp modernises Tasmanian Museum and Gallery

Image 9 of 12 from gallery of Tasmanian Museum & Art Gallery / Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp. Photograph by John Gollings

The aurochs , the ancestor of domestic cattle, is an extinct type of large wild cattle that inhabited Europe, Asia and North Africa; they survived in Europe until the last recorded aurochs, a female, died in the Jaktorów Forest, Poland in 1627.

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Moa  As moas são agrupadas em nove espécies divididas em seis gêneros. As maiores (Dinornis robustuse Dinornis novaezelandiae) deixariam um avestruz parecendo um pequeno passarinho. Elas podiam chegar a 3,6 metros de altura e pesar cerca de 230 quilos. As aves entraram em extinção por volta do ano 1400 devido à caça intensiva promovida pelos Maoris e ao distúrbio provocado pela agricultura.

The Moa, flightless birds of New Zealand, ranged from chicken-size to 12 ft. They died out due to over-hunting & habitat decline. Still, Moa sightings are sometimes reported in the remotest parts of New Zealand.

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