A FEW MORE PHOTOS

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  1. Ricko

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    I have been going through the computer and found some more photos from a previous hunt-: you will notice the EMU has to bend its legs forward at the knee joint, also some goats coming into the water, and a couple of shingle back lizards P1010531.JPG P1010516.JPG P1010541.JPG
     
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    Another few photos, a Kangaroo and a Goanna

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    Some more Trail camera photos taken by a friend that has set up this watering point so the Hog deer have water all year round, DSC02027-1.jpg DSC02028-1-1.jpg DSC02027-1.jpg DSC02028-1-1.jpg DSC02300-1.jpg DSC02301-1.jpg DSC02305-1.jpg
     
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    Pretty freakin sweet photos ya got there, Mate!
     
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    Photo of a Sambar Deer....not sure where this was taken, but i presume in the high country of Victoria NICE SAMBAR.jpg
     
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    Photo of my Hog Deer taken in 2010, not taken with the bow unfortunately


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    Interesting photos. Sambar are native to India if I recall from reading a book by Col. James Corbett. Will research but I think they might be referred to as the barking deer, barking like a dog.
     
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    John- You are correct, Sambar deer originaly came from the Indian sub-continent, also the Chital deer we have here in Australia also from the same region, along with the hog deer, the deer were introduced into Australia around 150 years ago, the sound the Sambar deer make puts shivers up your spine, especially when you are slowly walking through the bush, they can be standing still and are very hard to see, then they will give that sound and it makes you jump right out of your skin..
     

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