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This part is very interesting:

Volker attributes this selective behavior to a number of factors, the most significant of which relates to Australian people’s taste for Vegemite

Having tried Vegemite at the insistence of some friends from OZ, I can testify to the fact that whoever eats a lot of it will put off a distinct odor that will drive these dangerous predators away!

To me, it taste like "fish paste" :laugh:

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You know, I'm just wondering if the latest from Google may help with this 'drop-bear' problem....

maybe some researchers could gather some field samples and incorporate it into the data base and then use field-sniffers detectors to locate and avoid these man killers...

What do ya think?.....

Dave, you have the most Aus field craft, can you set something up?...I'll help, where I can-- :cowboy:

https://www.google.ca/intl/en/landing/nose/

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I thought they were like Urban legends. Scarey stories told around campfires. LOL.

There goes the tale of cute Blinky Bill. Lols.

Vegemite, Is suppose to put a smile on every cheek. Because we love our Vegemite. LOLs.

It smells like grease & taste is not for all.

It was an oldies tradition to have a spoon of vegemite or bonox or marmite, in hot water as soup. Not the best standby dish if you're peckish. Lols

I didn't see one at all in Tassie or a Devil. They must be more scared of Humans. LOls

Thanks Musky Interesting read

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I thought they were like Urban legends. Scarey stories told around campfires. LOL.

There goes the tale of cute Blinky Bill. Lols.

Vegemite, Is suppose to put a smile on every cheek. Because we love our Vegemite. LOLs.

It smells like grease & taste is not for all.

It was an oldies tradition to have a spoon of vegemite or bonox or marmite, in hot water as soup. Not the best standby dish if you're peckish. Lols

I didn't see one at all in Tassie or a Devil. They must be more scared of Humans. LOls

Thanks Musky Interesting read

It was interesting, where I grew up we had the Mothman, a giant bird like character. Richard Gere made a movie of it. I didn't watch the movie but all my life I heard all the scary stories about it. Different places have their own sort of monsters.

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I'm sorry Gabe, I'd rather use it for axle grease than eat it!!!!

(only tried it once :eek: and the Aussies laughed and laughed at the faces I made!!!!)

Vegemite, Is suppose to put a smile on every cheek. Because we love our Vegemite. LOLs.

It smells like grease & taste is not for all.

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Thats ok. I do no like Vegimitte. I rather A subway any day. LOls

Thats what I meant too. I use to get filthy working with Washing machines changing the oils and grease.

Its axle grease. lols

Sacre bleu!!! I love Vegemite!!! You just gotta have Vegemite on toast, or what about a Cheesymite scroll from Baker's Delight mmmmm.

Australia is a land of many ferocious dangerous animals. For example.

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