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While modern platypuses are down under, fossil evidence also shows that an ancient platypus lived in South America.
Foreign spending down under was outstripped by unprecedented levels of local film and TV production with $512 million spent on Australian projects during the year.
Considering that people who live in nine different states will need a passport next year just to get on a plane for a domestic flight, this should be enough incentive to not just get your passport, but also finally take that trip down under.
Earlier this month, the campus was virtually locked down under heavy police guard to allow for a speech at the liberal university by conservative former Breitbart editor Ben Shapiro.
Alphabet is testing its Project Wing drone delivery service in the land down under.
Mermaid silhouettes aren't the only shape that evokes the subtle ease and effortlessness of a life down under.
Jamie Boring, of the Downtown Partnership, found a shrew colony hunkered down under a wooden board by the fence.
Those venturing down under in the fall can behold the spectacle themselves.
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