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She traveled around the Australian outback with a paleontologist searching for clues to how giant mammals went extinct 40,000 years ago.
Still, New South Wales officials are concerned after an 18-year-old Sydney man tested positive after traveling to outback areas including Broken Hill for a camping trip.
In September, Australia’s Qantas airways claimed that customers snapped up seats on a seven-hour flight over Australia’s Gold Coast and outback wilderness within 10 minutes of them going live.
I can imagine some stockman in the outback taking umbrage at a kangaroo asserting its equality.
There seems a quiet sort of sadness always running through outback humour—whether alleged or otherwise.

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