“Kermandie River” – Geeveston, Tasmania


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The Wild Platypus Series – “Kermandie” :


This gallery depicts photos of wild platypus in their natural environment and shows something of the colourful personalities of these shy creatures.

This particular platypus lives in a small, lightly tea coloured River, the Kermandie, in Southern Tasmania.

Platypus Biology :


The Platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) (also known as the Duck Billed Platypus) is an Australian indigenous semi aquatic, egg laying mammal, known (in scientific lingo) as a Monotreme.
Habitat : Lakes, Streams and Billabongs
Feeding : Aquatic invertebrates – insect larvae, crayfish, etc
Reproduction : Egg Laying Mammal (Monotreme)
Distribution : Widespread From Northern to Southern Australia – East of the Great Dividing Range (including Tasmania).
Vulnerability Status : Potentially Vulnerable
Wild Platypus Series - ``Kermandie``
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Camera Gear Used :


Olympus EPM-1 Mini

The Wild Platypus Series was photographed with the Olympus EPM-1 Mini Micro Four Thirds Mirrorless Interchangeable Lens Camera and the standard Kit 40-150mm f4-5.6 Telephoto Lens

    Postcards Based on the Wild Platypus Series :


    Wild Platypus Series

    "Kermandie" - "Mascot"

    Wild Platypus, Kermandie river, Southern Tasmania

    Wild Platypus Series

    "Kermandie" - "Camoflage"

    Wild Platypus, Kermandie river, Southern Tasmania

    Wild Platypus Series

    "Kermandie" - "Stand Off"

    Wild Platypus, Kermandie river, Southern Tasmania