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By iLoveChai, history, 2 months ago, In English,

A week ago from today at the knowledge fair at IOI 2018, I was with my team strolling around. Finally, we sat down at a table. After turning my backpack over, I found this:

I don't know who gave me this, but I'm pretty sure it was the Australian team since we were pretty near one another when we were queuing for the Car Racing AI booth. Thank you!

Are any of you guys here taking koalas home? Share!

 
 
 
 
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I'm so SAD because I don't take any present in 3 years.

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Actually, that is the deadly drop bear, not to be confused with a koala bear. They hide in trees and drop onto their prey, mauling them to death.

In Australian schools we are taught to avoid walking under eucalyptus trees in the wild.

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I Have the same problem, too :)))

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Mine has a leaf :P

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We (the Australian team) had a number of them and were clipping them on people, it was good fun. I remember putting one on a bag when in that queue, so maybe that one was from me.

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    Didn't your team also put kangoroos on some bags? :D

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It is the same in IMO(Math Olympiad) XD.