Mount Kaputar National Park

Mount Kaputar National Park is located in North West, New South Wales. It is the remnants of an extinct volcano from 18 million years ago, it rises to 1489 m above sea level and it is home to a rare fluorescent pink slug which grows to about 20cm long. The slug can only be found at Mount Kaputar and no where else in the world. The best time to try and see the slugs is just after it rains.

Here are some photos from Mount Kaputar.

Hopefully a photo of the pink slug will follow soon.

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