Rosenberg’s Goanna – Australia

There are 26 recognized species of goanna (known as monitor lizards to the rest of the world) in Australia. The Rosenberg’s Goanna is the only goanna on Kangaroo Island and the photos in this post were all taken on Kangaroo Island. This species was once common over large portions of southern Australia but they are…

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Little Sahara – Australia

Little Sahara sand dunes are an incredible white sand dune system that covers over two square kilometres on Kangaroo Island, Australia. The Little Sahara dunes are naturally occurring along the coast with the highest peaks reaching 70 meters above sea level. There is some vegetation growing in the sand which is good because it helps…

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The Pelican Man – Australia

Every day at 5:00 P.M. for the past 23 years, “The Pelican Man” shows up at Kingscote Wharf on Kangaroo Island and so do the pelicans. The pelicans don’t need a clock to tell them when to show up, they just know. About 10 minutes before 5:00 P.M the pelicans start to come to the…

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Remarkable Rocks – Australia

Australia is a continent known for unusual things. One of the unusual things that I discovered in my travels throughout Australia is that there are many unusual rock formations distributed around the country. The Remarkable Rocks are located on Kangaroo Island. Kangaroo Island is known as the Galapagos of Australia for its access to wildlife…

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