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It's hard to go past the boar outside the hospital.

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  1. Oh Grandma! What big teeth you have!

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    1. It's the tusks not the teeth that would bother me.

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  2. Sheesh.
    Ewww.
    Has he got dribble coming out of his mouth?

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    1. I see from the website that you can put money in him. Must have to put into the mouth past that dribble.

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  3. Such detail... down to the drool. :)

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    1. I thought it was fun to focus on the detail instead of the full animal though I do find him rather attractive in the whole too

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    1. It is nice to have a fountain or two to show. We don't have a lot of them in the mountains. Our specialty is water falls.

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  5. I don't have any trouble going past this 'bore' ... this is an inspired collection.

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  6. ha ha only his Mum could love him :D)

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    1. He seems to have a very shiny nose from being patted. Lots of people must love him.

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  7. Love this photo, I havent seen him up close only from the car.

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  8. How could you not have taken a walk down Macquarie Street. I like it but then I go to the state library a lot because it offers a comfortable place to sit and work with power for my computer.

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