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  1. publish Klaus Emmerichs' photos

    You have 10 pages or more analysing Klaus Emmerichs' photos. Can't you publish the images or go back and do a new summary?

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  2. do an analysis on the Charleville lion video

    You have a short page about the "Charleville lion" - which could be a thylacine. How about a more detailed analysis?

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  3. do an analysis on Kevin Cameron's photos

    You have a short page about Kevin Cameron's Tasmanian tiger photos from Western Australia in 1985. How about a more detailed analysis?

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  4. 10 votes
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    I have spent considerable time analysing it and making comparisons with illustrations of thylacine prints, and photos of wombat tracks. I have also received an expert opinion on the print. I plan to put together a comprehensive description of how the print was found, what was observed, and what my conclusions are, sometime in the near future. Thanks for asking!

  5. Re-examine Chaotica Thylacine via this photo

    You say you cannot see a clear head, and at first I didn't.. but after looking closely, from an artist and photographer's viewpoint, it is apparent. I have outlined it : http://img269.imageshack.us/img269/2521/kangaroostanceoutlined.jpg

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  6. black panthers

    Do they live in austrilia?

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    There is pretty good evidence that some sort of large cat is living in the Blue Mountains, west of Sydney, at least. There is also pretty good evidence that feral domestic cats have bred to very large sizes – in some cases as large as you would expect a panther to be.

  7. update your Google Earth/Maps sightings

    Wow - over 70 sightings in the Google Earth tour / Map ... how about taking it over 100?

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  10. The images on your Nephila plumipes page are badly misidentified.

    I don't know anything about this site but found the images labeled "Nephila plumipes" on google, but both pictures show members of the genus Eriophora in the family Araneidae. Some pictures of the family including several Eriophora here: http://ednieuw.home.xs4all.nl/australian/araneidae/araneidae.html

    Nephila plumipes is in a different family, Nephilidae, and looks extremely different, see here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nephila_plumipes

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  11. Notlie.com is a good shop for boots,rugs

    I shopping online frequently.but it is hard to find a good online shop.I feel that notlie.com is a good one.Why?simple layout,good quanlity,reason price,good service,free shipping,quickly delivery.Do you think of it?

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  12. add videos to your site

    How about Steve Irwin / Crocodile Hunter style video clips showing off Australia's great wildlife??

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  13. Blue Sparrow in Canada

    The "Blue" Sparrow shown in Saskatchewan is actually a Lazuli Bunting.

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  15. Rehberg re: Microscopic work

    Regarding wishes to microscopically analyse Tassie Devil hair in recent ABC article. CSIRO Material and Science offer free Scanning Electron analysis at Waurn Ponds, Vic.

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