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Storms, Rugged Coastlines and loveable Wildlife, all in a day

This Stunning view along the Anglesea Beach is a real wintery blast. This happens during Spring time along the coast.

However the Afternoon visit to Loch Ard Gorge Really pumped things up a notch.






But on the way home we saw this little one along the highway and were lucky enough to stop and get some pics.

The Echidna is also called a spiny anteater. They are walking contradictions. They are mammals, but they lay eggs. They are spiny, though; their bodies are covered with hollow, barbless quills. Echidnas are monotremes, egg-laying mammals. The only other living monotreme is the platypus.