Photographer's Note

It is a long drive from the east of Australia to the west coast. On the trip that we did in 2013 we drove a total of 16,000 km in 10 weeks.
In the far west of South Australia, after crossing the treeless Nullabour Plain, you come to a long stretch of forested land, home to many wild animals. This sign reminds people to be on the lookout for animals as they can cause considerable damage to cars. Driving at night is very problematic when kangaroos are out feeding. If you're no sure what the one on the right is that's a wombat, a very solid small animal that you don't want to hit.
And why the camel? There are over 650,000 wild camels in Australia, set free after they were no longer needed for transport. They are a real problem but tend to be very healthy and are in demand for exporting to some of the countries that they originally came from.

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Additional Photos by Ian Fegent (ifege) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1342 W: 79 N: 3794] (17617)
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