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Imagine coming around a bend on your boat in the Murray River, tall river red gum trees thrust out of the bank and jut out over steep eroded cliffs. The river is muddy, slow and three metres below the top of the bank.
You look into the river and spot some old snags - huge branches that have broken off those river red gums and are now impeding the flow of the water.
One snag is moving. You look more closely. It's not a branch, but an animal swimming.
You look again, hardly believing your eyes.
Sure enough, crossing from the bank on the outside of the river bend to the sandy beach on the inside of the bend is a
You watch as it walks out of the water on all fours then hops up the beach to graze on the grass that fringes the sand.
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