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I would prefer to see these in the wild rather than a zoo. Is it possible?

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    Try Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve which is about 40 minutes from Canberra. almost 10 years ago

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    Canberra zoo perhaps over 8 years ago

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    You could probably go to Namadgi National Park ! If lucky you will get to see Platypuses. Try camping overnight.
    For more check: http://joguru.com/canberra-australia/ over 7 years ago

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    What does a plstypus footprint look like? almost 7 years ago

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    Tidbinbilla and Namadgi are your best bets, but you won't get more than a glimpse in the wild.
    The Taronga Zoo in Sydney has an excellent display, you can see them swimming in a tank plus live video of them in their burrow. almost 7 years ago

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