No reason for this one to be untrue.
Quite possible. I would be using a lot of camera zoom to take the shot. They are fast. In spite of us having an Alligator River, we don't have alligators in Australia. Our crocodiles are bigger and nastier beasts.
Hmm, it is a very docile sheep, if true. Lucky it is an Australian scene and not a New Zealand one.
A joey, a young kangaroo, might tolerate being picked up like this. An older one would have to be half dead.
The list rules and regulations that this scene would breach would be very long indeed. Fake. They do jump out of the water though, for meat dangled on a string on a stick some distance from the boat.
Maybe a fish blinded by the mud in the water could accidentally swim onto a hook. Unlikely.
This has been around for years. Fake.
The unusual thing in this photo is not the car attempting to foolishly cross using the flooded ford; it is the fact that appears to be succeeding instead of the usual of being washed downstream and the driver having to be rescued.
Fake or the crocodile is il morte.
A flooded outback airstrip is not unusual.
Unlikely, kangaroos are quite good swimmers. I suppose they could be being transported for some reason.
Trivia - Crocodiles have no predators in Australian except for humans and other crocs. They are therefore quite fearless. But, have you ever stood under a helicopter as it is taking off? Even a crocodile wouldn't do that.
We hope you brought your foot blister cream.
I reckon this would be true.
When they are very young, wombats can be cute and great fun but they soon become too strong and dangerous just because of their strength, weight and bulk. Unless this one is still very young, pretty unlikely.
Our cats used to do this. No reason why a kangaroo would not enjoy some tasty fat from a lamb chop on the barbeque plate.
Maybe, so long as he is not actually driving. Koalas don't make good pets either.
Forget about the great Australian wave, as you try to keep flies off your face. There is the great Australian dance, and I have done it, where the flies are so bad you start dancing around with your limbs flailing about to get rid of them. It works only for as long as you remain in motion.
Yes, kangaroos do come into back yards but it is unusual. This seems to be at a wildlife park.
Sure, why not. Emus can run very fast.
Kangaroos eat grass. I am at a loss to understand what on the road could be of interest to them, unless it is dried fodder blown from a truck.
I am slightly doubtful about this one because the toilet pan looks to me to be American and not Australian. The are quite different.
True, I reckon. After the monsoonal rains in the Northern Territory, crocodiles are removed from human swimming waterholes that have been flooded and the crocs relocated, so the waterholes can once again be used for swimming. Trust me, I am from the government and your waterhole is now safe for swimming.
By the size of its body, the python snake has recently eaten, probably a curious little boy, so I am not sure why it would have its mouth open and caught on wire. If true, its quite a distressing photo. Pythons tend not squeeze humans to death and then eat them, but a small child is a possibility.