Antarctica won’t be so big after it melts.
That’s a poor drawing of Australia.
It’s funny how some in that part of the world think that a baby born with extra limbs is a sign from the gods if not a god itself just because they don’t understand it.
@briatollah; unlike the Arctic, Antarctica is a continent. The ice on it may melt (let’s hope not) but the earth won’t.
If it was only an undeveloped twin, there should have been one extra pair of legs, making 4, not 6. Where did the extra set come from?
When did Australia start looking like that? Did I miss a big event?
The wording makes it sound like Europe is bigger than Australia. This is true, but not in the illustration. What a misfire from a usually good art team.Nice to know we have one cause to envy pigeons.
Yes I know anarctica is a land mass, and not solid ice.
so was it two more arms a two more feet are was it partial development of triplets not twin cause just two twins wouldnt have 6 feet all together somethings not adding up here
He might have become Pakistan’s answer to Usain Bolt!
Where did they ever get such an mistake of a mapfor Australia. Look in a geography bookor Google Earth. Cheez.
Believe it or not: The closest point in the USA to Africa is located in MAINE! (Check this out on a globe, not a flat map)
@AussieDownUnder,Apparently, according to the drawing, the part of Australia that isn’t showing is Down Under. Even the part that is showing is Down Under! If Antarctica melts, more of it might be Down Under, but who knows, you know!
I too am Australian and sure dont recognise that map. Someones taken a big bite out of the Great Australian Bight.