Monday, 3 January 2011

Footage of the Murray River Bunyip surfaces

This coin-operated monstrosity has been delighting South Australian tourists for years. Is it a patch on a real bunyip? Well, it's in the water for starters...

Various sightings of the Bunyip have been recorded as having fur, feathers, fishy scales and or a shiny brown coat. It has a long tail or an elongated neck (depending on which end you thought you saw). Half man, half animal, it is tall with a round head, big eyes, long ears and utters a blood curdling cry when approached. Altogether it sounds like a most alarming animal to encounter!

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