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Description Ornithorhynchus anatinus
English: Platypus, shown by a zoologist near the Barwon River, in Geelong (Victoria, Australia)
Français : Ornithorynque, montré par un zoologue près de la rivière Barwon, à Geelong (Victoria, Australie)
Italiano: Ornitorinco mostrato da uno zoologo vicino al fiume Barwon, a Geelong (Victoria, Australia)
Русский: Утконос, которого показывает зоолог у реки Барвон, город Джелонг (Виктория, Австралия)
Date Late 2001 or early 2002
Source own work (scanned photography)
Author TwoWings
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