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A Pied Cormorant catches a Butter Bream, east end of Deadman's
Wandering Tattler. (Heyn
Rainbow Bee Eater, above the Quarry, Timbin Road.
Heart Urchin, Echinocardium cordatum. A wind direction
change in Moreton Bay results in water current direction change with subsequent
erosion of Sea Grass beds harbouring Heart Urchins. These have washed up on