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Life in Australia by pokketmowse Life in Australia by pokketmowse
My boyfriend has decided he wants to move to Australia. I decided to make some scientific depictions of what life there would be like.
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blackrain8 Jan 29, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Don't forget the dropcrocs, medium sized reptile creatures that live indoors and drop from roofs onto your face when you least expect it.
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Hahahaha I can't stop laughing!
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Dino-drawer Apr 12, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
It's true1 I always say that Australia is full of venom bugs! XD
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xXRekaTheDogXx Apr 8, 2013
lol try south carolina.
Aligators...everywhere
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Millenstein Jan 5, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yup, that just about sums it up.
But you don't get all these hideous monsters at once, it just depends on where you go.
Or best not to go at all.
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sar-sar-is-me Dec 4, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Come on, we're not THAT bad.
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katialovesassassins Oct 28, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
dude, australia is NOT THAT BAD. trust me, we rock. ;)
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cutelildrow Oct 26, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You should do one about the not deadly but annoying wildlife someday. XD
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As an Australian I can say, this is pretty much right.
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sora1589 Aug 1, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hehehe, I like this. And while I haven't seen sharks come out of showers I have seen crocodiles in swimming pools and I rather hope stonefish don't work out how to live out of water cause then I'd be quitly shitting myself :XD: As I live in the bush I regularly see Brown snakes and Black snakes as well as funnelweb spiders (and I always check shoes I've left outside before putting them on haha). Also, at my primary school when I was in grades 5/6 we did actually have a 'pet' huntsman spider called Harry who lived behind our classroom clock. Honestly :D (they like places like that).

But honestly, you'd be right. It's not that bad and you don't see creapy crawlies that often (and very rarely in the city). Plus, you'd miss all the brilliant stuff Australia's got, like it's beaches, friendly/funny people, the pubs, and lots more!
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