Author: Angela Han


The Budgerigar (Melopsittacus undulatus) is a bird also known as a budgie or a parakeet of the Psittaciformes order, Psittacidae family, genus melopsittacus. Domesticated around the world as a common house pet, they are commonly found in the harsher, drier, inland environments in Australia for the past 5 million years. A Budgerigar sitting on a


The Banteng (Bos Javanicus) is a 4-legged mammal, of the Artioactyla order, Bovidae family, subfamily Bovinae. Domesticated in Southeast Asia, they are used as working animals, besides being bred for their meat. They’ve also made their way to Australia for a British military outpost where, after a combination of crop failure and tropical disease, led