AUSTRALIAN ANIMAL ENCOUNTERS | Magnetic Island, Quee...Samuel & Audrey
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Today we're going to be doing something really cool. We're going to have authentic Australian animal encounters. We're going to be putting snakes around our necks, hugging koalas and you have never had a snake around your neck so this should be kind of interesting.
Our morning at Bungalow Bay Koala Village was the perfect opportunity to get up close with some of Australia's local wildlife.
First we met various lizards, including the the two-headed lizard which has a tail that resembles the shape of its head.
Next it was time to hold a snake. I was quite nervous about it at first, but the ranger reassured me that this non-venomous python was one of the most well-behaved snakes she had every encountered. That was enough to get me to wrap it around my neck.
How is that? It is good.
And lastly, we had the opportunity to hold cute koalas. These sleepy little creatures spend up to 20 hours a day napping, and the one we met dozed off right after its photo op.
Coming from Canada, these were animals that neither Sam nor I had ever seen before.
This is part of our Travel in Australia series. We're making a series of videos showcasing Australian culture, Australian arts, Australian foods, Australian religion and Australian people.
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All photos and video taken by Samuel Jeffery (Nomadic Samuel) and Audrey Bergner (That Backpacker).
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