It can be hard to focus the camera on nocturnal animals, but I think I’m getting better.
Despite the clip art to the contrary, crocodiles are not well equipped to wear spectacles.
There’s a spider in your screen!
Get it out! Get it out!
The gaboon viper has triangles pointing towards their eyes so they can always be looking sharp.
Peppermint shrimp are misnamed and actually taste like spearmint.
The zoo’s sign states:
“Kelang has been at the Gladys Porter Zoo since the year 2000. This exhibit is her home. Even though she doesn’t look as good as she did many years, she is as happy as a very old bear can be.”
The zoo has to say this because the “keep them in the wild” people not only don’t understand just how little “wild” there is left on this planet, but would rather animals die young, in pain, from illness and injury, than live out their lives in relative comfort.
Snake sensing the direction of the political winds to determine the feasibility of taking away one more human right prior to the mid-term elections.
Gorillas don’t have issues with long international flights either.
Gecko suffering from the Capgras delusion regarding his plants.
Being hot weather creatures, on cool days, the dama gazelle will appear to deflate.
Dwarf caimans get a +1 bonus to bite against orc caimans and goblin caimans.
Malcoha pondering the important questions in life:
How did I get here?
How do I work this?
Where is that large automobile?
What is that beautiful house?
Where does that highway go to?
Am I right?
Am I wrong?
My God! What have I done?
Wikipedia, under the “Uses” section of the Black Headed Gull entry states “The eggs of the black-headed gull are considered a delicacy by some in the UK and are eaten hard boiled” but I don’t think a species has to be useful to have value.
Scorpions are chronically upset because everyone they play with picks rock, not paper.
Though most of us eat them quickly, the truly patient can be greatly rewarded for allowing their apples to hatch.
Owl being arrested for the 8th time so far this year, knowing there’s no case against him but also that there’s nothing he can do about it, and is biding his time until it’s someone else’s turn to be hassled.
Wonder if Enya would have sung “Let me sail, let me sail, let me crash upon your shore” if she knew who lived there.
Tortoise pondering whether it really counts as “wanting to save the world” when what you really want to do is utterly destroy very specific pieces of it.
I was pretty excited to see these hogs in Texas as I’d never seen this species before.
of course, a few months later I just happened to stumble across the same species in the London Zoo.
In 1880, the Black Spotted Newt (Notophthalmus meridionalis) was scientifically described by Edward Cope (Homo sapiens) who spent several minutes trying to clean them before he realized they were a new species.