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 Ohhhhhhhhh - what a fabulous photo! I hope to be seeing lots of these koalas (and babies) on my trip down-under (leaving in a week!) 15/Oct/09 12:43 AM |  |
 AWWWWWW! What a heart-warming picture! 15/Oct/09 12:55 AM |  |
 How cute is that! We saw dozens of them en route to Philip Island--nice to see these beautiful animals in their own habitat rather than at a zoo, with tourists lining up to pet them. 15/Oct/09 1:12 AM |  |
 Ain't that sweet? 15/Oct/09 1:28 AM |  |
 Aw-w-w ... a mother's love ... the same in any language ... or species ... 15/Oct/09 1:45 AM |  |
 <20 (forgot to set timer) Thank you, Cathy, for answering my question before it was asked. I wondered if they could easily be spotted in the wild. 15/Oct/09 2:39 AM |  |
 Ahh 15/Oct/09 5:56 AM |  |
 Slow going for me. 1) With the help of triples 569 in def1 and 249 in g245 I got to UP 40 with basic techniques. 2) If h5=9, then g4=2 and therefore e5=2, but from h5=9 it also follows that h3=4, and e3=2, which is a contradiction. Therefore h5=4. UP 48 3) If d4=9, then More... 15/Oct/09 7:05 AM |  |
 we used to have koalas in our back yard when i was a kid - 40 odd years ago(Avalon, a northern beaches suburb of Sydney). A few remain there but are hard to spot - usually just very high up in the trees in the reserves. Unfortunately the end result of domestic cats & dogs and increased numbers More... 15/Oct/09 7:07 AM |  |
 9:19, a very straight-forward one today. Until tomorrow then, 'bye all. 15/Oct/09 7:17 AM |  |
 Another Taronga photo taken the same day as the leopard seal. 15/Oct/09 9:04 AM |  |
 17:14 15/Oct/09 11:03 AM |  |
 thank you for this great koala pic 15/Oct/09 12:49 PM |  |
 I found this one hard going. Note the last step is based on Jyrki' step 3, but from a different startpoint (thanks, Jyrki). 1)Basic techniques to UP=402)XY: (2=4)d2-(4=9)g2-(9=2)g4=>d4<>2, UP=493)(NT679)d4,ef6=>ef4e5<>6794)XY: More... 15/Oct/09 6:49 PM |  |
 25:45 27/Oct/09 8:33 AM |  |
 after Neil's step 3:(2)a8 - (*29)ef8 - (7)e8=(7)e6-(57=3)ai6 - (3)a8.-(0)a8- => (2)e7, ~(*29)ef8, ~(*12e)45 UP=81. 30/May/10 9:53 AM |  |
 SE=6.8 10/Sep/10 7:14 AM |  |

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