Pictures From Kakadu National Park.
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The wetlands in Kakadu teemed with bird and water life. Oh, and mosquitoes . . . but we only discovered that later!


Perfect disguise - a butterfly the same colour as the flower.


They call them the Cathedrals of the North - built by millions of tiny, blind termites.


A water lily in a billabong.


The Nourlangie Rock towers over the wetlands.


A Sea Eagle perched over the South Alligator River. They are sacred to the Aborigines who believe the eagles look after the spirits of the dead.


A Great Egret. One of hundreds.


Lotus Lilies in flower and an egret waiting for an unwary fish.


In the foreground is a Jabiru.

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