I had an even bigger surprise yesterday than I did last month. The men with the hard hats came back. They made just as much noise as before. But this time they took down all their
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signs about the supermarket, took away all their big posts, put the signs and posts in their trucks and drove away. And this morning there were different signs on the bank. The words on these signs are different. They don’t say ‘supermarket’. They say ‘Platypus conservation area’ and have the same platypus drawing as I saw on the t-shirts of those quiet people with cameras last month.
I went back to the old family burrow and looked at the hole in the roof that the men with the hard hats made. I expect I can dig a new nest room and keep using this old burrow for next spring’s eggs. In fact, I expect I can keep raising platypus babies on this creek for years and years.