An occasional blog about natural history, travel, books and writing ... and anything else that catches my attention.
Cute pose.Nice one.Denis
wow. you literally (and I do know what that word means) made me spit on my computer, laughing. =)I agree 100%. =)
Denis, most of the time he sits around looking regal, but I just managed to get him while he was thinking.
Biobabbler, I know! I still smile at his expression.
Who needs native pets when you have this? .. no.. wait.. that's naive luddite thinking from a wildlife puritan :P*twitch twitch*.. some people people to get out more and engage with critters in this way :)
I like them this way too. Although I didn't mind the old gal pademelon with the one eye that used to come into the kitchen and refuse to move until I lured her back out with yummy banana peel. I can only assume that the fellow with the possum-as-pets push hasn't actually been near a urinating possum. A possum inna cage = a one marsupial Augean stables.
OOooooooh!!!! what a pose!!! that's hysterical!! i'd love to look out my front window and see a gnome like that!!GREAT shot!!!!
Laura, it's weeks later and it still makes me laugh. I dunno. Maybe I need to get out more, but it hasn't stopped being funny.
Lovely - I want one. I'll have it in a slightly lighter shade of brown, on the tawny side, I'd say. Longer legs - not much, just a tad. The ears are fine as is. Oh, and the face is perfect, but I'd like one that does scratch its ear... send to Washington state, USA. May I expect one by August? I'm dying to catch the look on the face of the black bear that wanders through when it sees one of THESE!
Depending on which one I pick out, that black bear might be meeting its match!
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