Ay-yup, when you’re a farmer, ya hafta put in a full day, sunup ta sundown. Ah’m up with the kittens every mornin’. (Sorry ’bout that, meant to say “chickens.”)
A baby Giant Anteater was recently born at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay to mom, Adelhi. For the first four months of this little guy’s life, he’ll hitch a ride on mom’s back until he’s ready to put that long schnoz to good ant-eating use:
Other fun facts from our friends at Busch Gardens: Giant Anteaters’ sense of smell is 40 times stronger than a human’s and allows them to find and eat up to 30,000 insects a day. And, they have tongues 2-freaking-feet long.
Keep the photos of “Barnacle” coming, Nick G! Photo by Matt Marriott/Busch Gardens Tampa Bay
Large… orange… Cheerio…
LOOK AT THE MINI FOOT ON THE LEFT Elizabeth S.!
According to a news agency that got up earlier than us;
Famed weather prognosticating groundhog Punxsutawney Phil has emerged to see his shadow in Pennsylvania, meaning winter will last another six weeks.
Step right up, folks—test yah skill! Three balls for a dollah! Knock down the lead-weighted milk bottles, and win your choice from the stuffed-animal shelf!
And if you can knock down the bottles with just one ball, you win today’s grand prize: This authentic, gin-you-wine, Cute Overload Extreme Close-up!
Christina C. says: “We just adopted a baby pug and named her Julie Bean. In this photo, she is itemizing the stuffed animals for tax purposes.”
The video below is prolly the most redonk “response” video created. Who creates a RESPONSE VIDEO to another CLOSE-UP GROOMING of FERRETS VIDEO?
Answer: THIS GUY:
Alert Sender Inner “Bleatingheart” sent this one in. [eye roll]