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An Australian Platypus Down in the depths of the Australian Rainforest There is a small murky pond surrounded by thick green moist foliage It sits in the center of a deep dense rainforest alive with the chirps and clicks of the animals of the forest In that pond on a small gray rock there was a platypus by the name of Karl Ward All day he lazily lay there on the sun warmed rock gazing up at the tree-shadowed sun Karl the platypus had no worries His small mind was filled with his own contentment and what surrounded him in this little sludgy pond He laid there on his rock watching the different animals surrounding the small pond He gazed aloofly at two kiwala bears slothfully chewing at shards of green moist grass These kahwala bears also had their faces turned toward the sun warming themselves in its rays Karl laid there watching as a brightly colored gecko skirted toward the ponds edge It was a bright orange with little black specks The gecko proceeded to immerse itself in the water and then slide out quickly repeating this motion several times Watching this gecko Karl Ward the platypus realized he was hungry He waded through the water searching as he always did for the little grubs which stuck under the surface feeding on the algae accumulating on the top of the pond He ate a few and then returned to his rock He sat there thinking of nothing but the calming noises of the rainforest and the warm sun caressing his little furry body He sat there as he did everyday contemplating nothing thinking about nothing Just feeling worm and content on his small place in the world his gray stone It began to get dark and he curled into a little ball ready to rest his furry body He lay there motionless with his mind blank in a sleeping state for platypuses
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