Aard Mugs In Australia

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Dear Reader Jim Allen of Bellingen, New South Wales, Australia, kindly volunteered to design some Aardvarchaeology merchandise, for which I am very grateful. Here’s Jim at his local museum along with fellow volunteer Charlotte Rogers, in the first picture of readers using their Aard merch! You too can enjoy caffeinated beverages in as stylish a manner as Jim & Charlotte: just head over to the Aard shop for mugs and t-shirts.

Author: Martin R

Dr. Martin Rundkvist is a Swedish archaeologist, journal editor, skeptic, atheist, lefty liberal, bookworm, boardgamer, geocacher and father of two.

5 thoughts on “Aard Mugs In Australia”

  1. We don’t have a true Aardvark analogue in Australia. The marsupial Wombat is similar in size and a powerful digger, but is wholly herbivorous. Our best known and most common ant eater is the monotreme Echidna, which is about the size of a hedgehog.


  2. Yeah. There were now-extinct much larger species of Echidna which might have been a better analogue.

    Kelly was in Victoria. New South Welshmen are all honest, law-abiding folk 😛


  3. Birger, we Australians like to romanticise our bushrangers as rebellious folk heroes – usually without knowing very much factual about them. It’s really rather funny when you come to study their detailed history to discover what a bunch of psychopaths they were.


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