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The very sheltered life of a curious critter
Galls are often the work of an insect in conjunction with a plant
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We have received many inquiries in the last few weeks asking us why there are so many butterflies on the wing.
This critter was found in a local canal just off Moreton Bay. There seems to be a few of them around lately. Are they invasive? Can you please identify what type of animal it is?
This footprint was discovered in Tully, north Queensland about 52 years ago.
I am curious regarding your thoughts about this footprint and your explanation as to what you think it could be.
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