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Eucalyptus

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Eucalyptus trees and banksia silhouetted at sunset. The normally dry, inhospitable forest, looks, in the mist, hospitable. Grouped for shade. Remnant pool in the barely flowing Kroombit Creek. Gum tree reflected in a waterhole. Sulfur crested cockatoo dining on small flowers of a gum tree. Koala in a gum tree twigs, by torch light. Koala, wedged in a fork and sleeping, identifiable by the ragged left ear. Flowering gum tree flowers. Koala mother and joey (baby) sleeping, the joey draped over the mother. Male koala, junior, looking around. Koala, hunched over in sleep. Eucalypt trees in a dry creek bed. Gum trees, straight up, reaching for the sun. Morning light through the trees over the Condamine River. Country road winds between gum trees. Twisted gums on the granite floor. Gum tree, eucalypt, appears to be leaning on the rocks for support. Koala, wedged in a fork and sleeping. On the edge. Bark shedding eucalypt. Stacked. Sun sets at the foot of Mount Barney. Grasses and eucalypts around Polblue Swamp. Gum tree against blue sky. Male koala, junior, just awakening. Open area of Polblue Swamp. Koala with his eyes on some good looking leaves up the gum tree. Koala mother and joey (baby), the joey draped over the mother. Gum tree on granite. Up the slope of the fire access trail into the mist. Bent and twisted eucalypt trees surviving in adverse conditions at Tasman Arch. Gum tree stands alone, stands tall. The last rays of the setting sun catch the eucalypts. Baby joey koala munching on gum tree twigs and leaves at night, by available light. Sun peaks past eucalypt tree. Male koala, on the way up. Wattles and gums over Dr Roberts Waterhole on Bald Rock Creek. Gum tree basks in the later afternoon sun. Tasmanian snowgum stands on the edge of the clear water of Dove Lake. King parrot looking around. Koala, wedged in a fork and sleeping, but look at those front claws! Gum on granite. Late afternoon storm passes over tall gum tree. Koala in a gum tree twigs, by torch light. Eucalypt leaves backlit by setting sun. Eucalypt trunk beside the walking trail. Eucalypt tree, long dead, reaches to the blue sky. Koala sits in a small fork of a gum tree. Female koala, hold on.

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