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lyrebird mimiking humuans

Discussion in 'The Pub' started by Mendy, Mar 26, 2009.

  1. #1 Mendy, Mar 26, 2009
    Last edited by a moderator: Jul 13, 2015
  2. Not bad, eh.
  3. What does lyrebird taste like?
  4. Much like platypus but not as good as koala.
  5. Wow even when being eaten it mimics things :wink:
  6. Tastes like Dolphin
  7. fishin with N/R birds is more your sport I think
  8. I'd say it's a bit wombatty... :wink:

    The yanks call the Dorado a Dolphin as well. We were in a restaurant in Key West years ago and I asked the waitress what the fish of the day was. She replied "Dolphin". She caught the horrified look on my daughters face and promptly got all flustered saying "Oh no! not Flipper... Definitely not Flipper!" :LOL:

    Tasted good though. ( she probably says that on porpoise to all the tourists...) :roll:
  9. There's a narrow campsite right up high on the steep ridge of the Cathedrals. Which is why it is so disconcerting to be woken up at 3am by the sound of an aparently very large, loud cow standing right outside your tent.
    The campsite is called the Farmyard, because of a group of lyrebirds who mimic the sounds of the cows in the paddocks far below.
    Totally weird the first time you hear it.