Tuesday, 27 January 2009

A rather inane post

by Edwin Hesselthwite

I, Edwin Hesselthwite, haven't posted anything on this illustrious journal in fucking ages...

Today, I'd like to contribute this:



Because.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Not inane, fascinating, mind-blowing. Here is (or at least was) an animal whose roots in evolutionary terms go back to the very earliest origins of the mammals. Marsupials and placental mammals have evolved separately for aeons, a hundred million years, maybe much longer, I don't know exactly. Because their reproductive systems are radically different there has been no sharing of genes all that stupendous time span. Yet after all that time parallel evolution has produced an animal which could be mistaken for a dog any day of the week. In fact it looks more like a mainstream canine than many specialist breeds you could name. A true wonder of nature; so amazing it knocks my socks off!

Bwca Brownie said...

...everything said above by Anon., and the stupid bloody Tasmanians shot and killed and wiped out every last one of them as they did to the indigenous people, and platypus too.
Tasmania founded by British military and by convicted persons transported there of course ...

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