Wombat and kangaroo love

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17 Responses to “Wombat and kangaroo love”

  1. Neither of those animals knows what the hell is going on.

  2. 10xor01 says:

    Wombat Power!

    I just noticed that the wikipedia entry for wombats mentions their distinctive cubic faeces. See this for more details:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WzevM30IrUQ

    • voiceinthedistance says:

      First time I’ve ever heard this phrase:  “I’ve used the model to make a range of jelly wombat scats”.   Delivered with sincerity and conviction, no less.  

      • Donald Petersen says:

        Who says there’s nothing worth tuning in for on Friday nights?  My favorite comment from the YouTube page: “I’m in the weird part of YouTube again.”

        Oddly enough, that video was immensely satisfying as well as edifying.  I’m awfully glad that human curiosity truly knows no bounds.

  3. dexitroboper says:

    You can read an interview with Peter Nicholson, who as a 16-year old schoolboy in 1960 discovered much of what is known about wombats life underground: http://www.abc.net.au/austory/transcripts/s508045.htm

  4. Doran says:

    I think the GOP platform has a plank specifically outlawing wombat/kangaroo unions.

  5. tubacat says:

    Wombats – my Aussie friend calls them horizontal koalas…

  6. Adorable yes but I just want to let people know wild (and caged) Kangaroos are absolutely filthy, smelly beasts especially where there’s a lot of them.  This one looks clean though however I do wonder how prudent it is to be pals with something with nails like that Wombat has.  It looks like a friendly tussel could easily turn into a life-long scar.

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