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With a single reference source (a rather sketchy news article) and virtually no independent web articles on this creature or the hoax specimen on display - is this really a notable creature or hoax? The single documented specimen (nothing really points to the existence of these other two alleged specimens) is believed to have been created in 2003 and was burned in 2009. The Marysville Tourist Information wbepage doesn't even mention it anymore  Footnote of failure in Australian folklore. Delete?--ZayZayEM (talk) 06:36, 19 January 2016 (UTC)