The student book rappers of 1G have created a digital slideshow on Photo Peach to accompany the Aboriginal Dreaming story, “How the whale got a hole in his head”, which we learned last term, but had no book version available in the library:
Our Early Stage 1 and Stage 1 students are about to start studying a Dreaming story, “Mirragan and Guranggatch”. In the Aboriginal story, set in the area around Jenolan Caves, Mirragan is described as “a giant cat”, but the animal that European settlers called a “native cat” is now more commonly called a quoll.
Youtube has several chuditches, quoll-like marsupials, including this clear footage:
Stop Press: 2nd August – Don’t you just love serendipity? I found this today during a visit to Sydney Wildlife World, at Darling Harbour. They had a real spotted quoll, too, in their nocturnal section: