I know where you’re coming from Evelyne, but celebrating one …

Comment on Street life celebrated in street art by Chiara Maqueda.

I know where you’re coming from Evelyne, but celebrating one of the worst feral animals to be introduced which continues to destroy country throughout the continent is what is revolting.
I am sure your kids would be happier if was, for example, a bilby!

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What about a competition to “add” to that revolting rabbit?


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