What we see here is a young baby seal relaxing outside the Sydney Opera House. Maybe this adorable pup felt compelled to stay on, drawn by the music and serenity around. The cooling splashes of water and the sound of music forming moments to cherish for life. Well… not exactly.
It’s a pity the baby seal missed the ferry to the other side of the quay, and now he has found himself all alone, waiting for the next one to arrive. Meanwhile, there’s sunshine to soak up and music to enjoy. He can’t complain; it’s not a bad way to pass the time now, is it?
Do Not Attempt to!!
The Australian fires are no joke, and signs like these must be respected. Locals and visitors alike, no campfires, please! Campfires aren’t just dangerous but they are terrible for the environment too. They ruin native flora, accumulate deadwood, and drive wild animals away from their natural habitats. Speaking of, gas released by humans is as devastating. We wonder if there are open vacancies for the fart inspector position?
All public spaces could do with a “Don’t you dare even fart” sign, don’t you think? We consider it community service. Is there anyone looking to commission this project? You would be doing the world a massive favor.
Watch your step while grocery shopping because there’s a snake taking a nap under the freezer. No biggie. Maybe this snake has pulled in a double shift and could do with some cool air and sleep. This is a quick lesson in how NOT to market the things you want to sell.
Or maybe this is a way to get a good-looking, strong guy to attempt getting the snake out of there, just to impress his girlfriend. Either way (and luckily enough), there are other stores around for us to get some ice. And a nearby zoo to go and visit the snakes.
Melting Moon Jellies
There are jellyfish and there are Australian jellyfish which are like no other. The beaches of the north part of Queensland have been welcoming these gigantic creatures and have over time become a natural scene of this piece of land. They are called Melting Moon Jellies as they resemble a moon that has melted on the shores.
They looked like great big puddles and at one point the residents were so concerned, that the government declared a state of emergency. The high temperatures on the beach are what make these jellyfish melt, however, some scientists insist that the high temperatures have nothing to do with it and that this is simply part of the jellyfish's lifecycle.
The Tasmanian Devil can be found with either a black or brown coat and over the years they have earned themselves quite a reputation. It is not by chance that they are called devils. They tend to get aggressive and assertive and are nothing like the cute little teddy bear it resembles in their cub years.
The tallest it can grow is 30 inches, however, it can exceed this height depending on how much it eats and where it grows. It has sharp teeth so we would recommend getting too close, and apparently, its bite is one of the strongest in the mammal kingdom. These days, the devil is restricted to the Australian island state of Tasmania and can be found in the deep forests on the island.