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Travel Bug Dog Tag Geotopo, the Platypus

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Friday, November 29, 2013
Comunidad de Madrid, Spain
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Current GOAL

1st GOAL: 

Hello I am 3# GEOTOPO, THE PLATYPUS. I don´t know how but I am lost. I would like return to my country (eastern Australia or Tasmanía) travelling from cache to cache, to see again my family.

2nd GOAL:

Near Albacete, I have met some friends and we have decided to make a race. They are my 4TBs friends:

1# LA RASPA    -----    2# CUSCUS    -----    4# CHIMICHURRI    -----    5# SWEET POTATO, THE SALAMANDER

Every year we will check how many miles each one has travelled, starting on 1st of December.

smileyMOVE ME FAST......MOVE ME FARsmiley

1ra MISIÓN: 

Hola soy 3# GEOTOPO, THE PLATYPUS. No se como pero estoy perdido. Me gustaría volver a mi país (Este de Australia o Tasmanía) viajando de cache en cache, para volver a ver a mi familia.


Cerca de Albacete, he conocido alguno amigo y hemos decidido hacer una carrera. Estos son mis 4TBs amigos:

1# LA RASPA    -----    2# CUSCUS    -----    4# CHIMICHURRI    -----    5# SWEET POTATO, THE SALAMANDER

Cada año comprobaremos cuántas millas ha viajado cada uno empezando el 1 de Diciembre.


About This Item


The platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) is a semiaquatic mammal endemic to eastern Australia, including Tasmania. Together with the four species of echidna, it is one of the five extant species of monotremes, the only mammals that layeggs instead of giving birth. It is the sole living representative of its family (Ornithorhynchidae) and genus(Ornithorhynchus), though a number of related species have been found in the fossil record.

 It is one of the few venomous mammals, the male platypus having a spur on the hind foot that delivers a venom capable of causing severe pain to humans. The unique features of the platypus make it a recognisable and iconic symbol of Australia.


El ornitorrinco (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) es una especie de mamífero semiacuático endémico del este de Australia y de la isla de Tasmania. Junto con las cuatro especies de equidna, es una de las cinco especies que pervienen en la actualidad del orden de los monotremas. Unicos mamíferos actuales que ponen huevos en lugar de dar a luz crías vivas. Es el único representante vivo de la familia Ornithorhynchidae y del género Ornithorhynchus.

Es uno de los pocos mamíferos venenosos; los machos tienen un espolón en las patas posteriores que libera un veneno capaz de producir un dolor intenso a los humanos. Sus características únicas lo convierten en un símbolo reconocible e icónico de Australia.


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Tracking History (45360.9mi) View Map

Retrieve It from a Cache 1/3/2017 FabFive76 retrieved it from Quail Crossing Arizona   Visit Log

Someplace in southern AZ it will land.

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Dropped Off 11/24/2016 DocDelt placed it in Quail Crossing Arizona - 1,662.28 miles  Visit Log

Dropped in Quail Crossing

Discovered It 11/20/2016 Traveling_Jack discovered it   Visit Log

Thanks for sharing

Visited 11/14/2016 DocDelt took it to Lagon-Lagoon-Laguna 3 Mexico - 1,742.08 miles  Visit Log
Visited 8/12/2016 DocDelt took it to Get Back To Nature #5 Colorado - 947.62 miles  Visit Log

Visited Get Back To Nature #5

Visited 8/7/2016 DocDelt took it to Crossing Jordan #14 - Devan Oregon - 969.43 miles  Visit Log

Visited Crossing Jordan #14 - Devan

Retrieve It from a Cache 8/5/2016 DocDelt retrieved it from Leap Day Say Howdy Colorado   Visit Log

This one somehow slipped my net. My apologies

Discovered It 3/9/2016 shadcwar discovered it   Visit Log

Discovered at Robuster's Leap Day event

Discovered It 3/2/2016 jasperdakota discovered it   Visit Log

Discovered it at the Leap Day Say Howdy event. Thanks for sharing!

Discovered It 2/29/2016 youkfish discovered it   Visit Log

Discovered at the Leap Day Say Howdy event in Westminster, CO. Thanks for sharing!

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