I’ve seen lots of Short-beaked Echidnas over the past few months. I wonder if the dry conditions have forced them to be on the move more than usual. A typical encounter goes like this … I see the Echidna … the Echidna senses me and immediately burrows itself into the dirt, emerging warily after a period of one to ten minutes. This one arrived for a drink, totally unaware of me sitting nearby. Its thirst slaked, the echidna waddled past, virtually under my nose and off into the bush. Nice one!
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