Australia Animal Dance Party!

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Published on May 2nd, 2013  |  Discuss This Article  

From a groundbreaking conservation partnership in Fish River Station, to protecting Australia’s biggest land reserve in Southern Tanami, The Nature Conservancy has been hard at work protecting Australia’s beautiful lands. To date, we’ve protected over 6 million hectares of important habitat and ecosystems across the continent.

We take this work very seriously — but every once in awhile we just need to unwind and have a good laugh. Today we’re forgoing the YouTube cat videos in favor of well, dancing animals, of course! Take inspiration from these groovy crocodiles and uninhibited starfish and just dance.

Without further adieu, let the dancing begin!

I feel good! I knew that I would now. So good, so good. I got you!


Now throw your hands in the air, and wave them like you just don’t care!


Intense modernist dance, as performed by an Eastern barn owl.


Can’t get enough of these amazing creatures? Head over to our Australia site and see more adorable images of dancing animals! »

[Crocodile. Image source: RaeAllen/Flickr. Image: Starfish. Image source: Dark mephi/Flickr. Eastern barn owl. Image source: Richard.Fisher/Flickr.]

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    Great picture

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