Sunday, 18 October 2015

G'day, Jorg!

I'm often asked what's going on in different corners of the world while Jorg and Jalan are romping across Europe.

Here is what Australia would look like with the same 100m rise in sea-level that Jorg's Europe endured.


I haven't got a division of it into kingdoms, but here's a random carving of the landmass based on the predominant fauna of the region. If there are any Australians I haven't offended yet then I concede defeat.


9 comments:

  1. What I really want to know is what's going on in the US. I caught the brief mention of the Native American looking fellow in The Liar's Key, which only whet my appetite....

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  2. Nice. But you've got the cane toads and crocodiles juxtaposed. Surprised more of the North West didn't disappear, ridiculously flat and low lying out there. Thanks for thinking of us far southers!

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  3. I think Snakes should replace Sheep and Cane toads and crocodiles should be switched.

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  4. And Tasmania is totally gone. Sad times.

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    1. I know right? The best bit gone.

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  5. Brilliant! Although with a 100m rise in sea levels, my city's gone, and I've no doubt we'd be bowing to a spider-snake hybrid king.

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  6. Drop bears (being related to koalas) wouldn't be found in South-West - there are no Koalas in Western Australia. And, I second the swap of the Cane Toads with Crocs.

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  7. Yes,crocs and toads other way about. I would expect to see Harpies over west instead of bears.

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  8. I'm from New Zealand. Laughing my ass off because yep, this is exactly how we see Aussie

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