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 Post subject: Re: Animal Planet
PostPosted: Mon Aug 24, 2015 8:43 am 
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I've heard that the Washington Zoo is in pandamonium.

Guess they'd better stock up on bamboo.


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Groan .. :huh:

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web cam http://nationalzoo.si.edu/animals/webca ... -panda.cfm


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lswot wrote:
Groan .. :huh:


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Henry J wrote:


Too busy I guess.


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'Bizarre,' Human-Size Sea Scorpion Found in Ancient Meteorite Crater

Cute little guy, huh?


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blah, blah, blah....... :huh:

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Cow-Size Pre-Reptile May Have Been First Animal to Walk on Four Legs

Cowabunga!

Don't have a cow, man.

Where's the beef?

OTOH, that thing doesn't really look at all like a cow.

Wonder if it tastes like chicken?


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Um.....all of the above?

A stocky dog?

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Saw a lizard this past weekend on my block, for first time this summer. That's after four summers of them being plentiful on the block. (Before that it was a few sightings a year if that.)


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I notice that in Guardians of the Galaxy, Rocket is referred to at least once as a rodent, and at least once as a hamster. Raccoons aren't rodents, they're in the order carnivora (cats, dogs, bears, etc.), in subgroup caniform, along with bears, dogs, weasels, skunks, seals, etc.


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Today there was a bear cub in a tree just outside building where I work. It was about as high as it could go in that tree, and that tree doesn't look like it would hold much more weight than that cub, if it even holds that for long. No sign of Mama bear. The cub was up there for at least several hours, and still there when I checked shortly before leaving for the day.

Hope climbing that tree wasn't a Boo-Boo. Tree does have berries of some kind, so it has a little bit of food up there, though I'd guess not much of it reachable.


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