De Havilland 98 Mosquito RAAF Museum
Love the wooden built stealth Mosquito.
There is one at PT Cook being put back together, slowly sand papered, rejoined and glued, one piece of wood at a time. Tree's can fly.
Mosquitos can bite. The Mosquito is also a dreaming spirit to some mob around Maningrida. On hunting trips in the mangroves they would buzz up a storm. We would go out slugging our way through mangroves, knee deep in mud, launching ourselves toward a creek for the super taste of crab and fish. We'd set up a fire to tease the mosquitoes who would then start humming around for business screaming for the blood of a brother.
It was great sitting in the mangroves watching the balance of the tide, snacking on fish, mud crab, mud muscles and firing up the billy. The mossies were always pretty busy and I was always the over dressed dude in the crew, a bit like having someone dressed in pyjamas who has just got out of bed and comes to a restaurant with you. Yea, the mossies might box my ears but the locals would get pummeled by the squad circling. They would respond without retaliation, sweeping them back into the air as these 'where dreaming ones' and could not to be killed.