James R Maxlow
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Australian Picture Gallery

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Kangaroo Island Kangaroo Island sits off the coast of Adelaide in South Australia. It is a wildlife refuge for many rare species of animals, though it is also inhabited by people.
This is the protected area for the colony of seals that breed at the island. Kangaroo Island
Kangaroo Island Rock formations and sand bars beneath the surface of the water create turbulent surf conditions here.
This immense roving sand dune stands nearly fifty feet high on the island. Kangaroo Island
Kangaroo Island On Kangaroo Island, the protected seal population sometimes wants to have fun... as shown in this photo, where an adolescent seal begins to chase our tour guide down the beach.
In contrast, this adult male seal is content to leisurely sun himself in the sand. Kangaroo Island
Kangaroo Island This is, without doubt, the most astounding natural formation I have ever seen. An enormous fog bank stretches between the South Australian mainland (seen in the distance on the right) and the island, completely covering the sea... but staying below this particular hill.
The Adelaide Zoo, located just next to downtown, is relatively small, but holds an extremely diverse collection of animals from around the world. I'm pretty sure you know what this animal is, so... Adelaide Zoo
Adelaide Zoo No, tigers don't exist in the wild in Australia. Like I said, the zoo has quite a diverse menagerie.
Yes. Giraffes. Nothing odd about that. Adelaide Zoo
Adelaide Zoo Ah! Finally some Australian wildlife. Here a tasmanian devil paces back and forth nervously.
I don't know for sure what this otter was trying to get a look at, but I think it was the ice cream stand across the way. Adelaide Zoo
Victoria Square This last shot is of Victoria Square in the heart of downtown Adelaide, as seen from twelve floors about street level.

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