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VPOTUS pool report 4 -Australian Museum
Andrew Beatty • Agence France-Presse
April 22, 2017: 02:29 PM


VPOTUS entered the "Surviving Australia" exhibit inside the Australian Museum, at around 14:05 greeting the director of the museum and foreign minister Julie Bishop.

There were assorted embalmed crocs and a real snake. A didgeridoo played through the speakers.

In another room there were exhibitions from across the south west Pacific from an elaborate wig from PNG to a ceremonial adze from the Cook Islands.

He was given a traditional highlands welcome from Papua by a gentleman who worked at the museum.

At 14:17 the pool left the museum and is on the hunt for our van.



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