Sorry to spoil your whole “Free Willy” moment here, lady, but do you have any idea how filthy that ocean is? Fish use it for a toilet, for Pete’s sake! You might get a seal to fall for that, but we penguins have higher standards, thank you…
The epic journey of young, defiant dabblers. The quest of all quirky quackers. The battle cry of brave, budding bread crumb stealers everywhere. (Sing it now) …”Two little ducks, went out one day,
Over the hills and far away… “
“Mother duck said, “Quack, quack, quack, quack! … But none of her baby ducks came back.”
Bev D. took this photo in Cozumel, Mexico! Muchas gracias!
You’ve seen all the classic black and white movies. Dr. Strangelove. Raging Bull. Clerks.
And now, we give you Lost in Cannes.
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So what really happened here? One evening not long ago, a French fella was hanging around the French riviera when a seagull suddenly stole his lightweight Go Pro camera. After following the bird, the crafty Frenchman was able to scale castle walls, retrieve the camera, and publish the footage. Where it was seen and sent in by Fluffaholic.
When YouTube user kandwarf rescued an injured hummingbird, he kept a video record of the recovery, as he nursed her with meals of crushed bugs and sugar water and helped her regain her flying skills. Then “when she thought she was ready to leave,” he writes, “she flew off to her favorite patch of the back yard, and her instincts instantly kicked in, and now she’s just like all the other hummingbirds.”
If you’re an online designer who loves Teh Qte, have we got a website for you: Placekitten.com, which lets you insert kitty photos as placeholders in your project.
Discovery News is reporting some awesome interspecies duckling/pup action:
According to Sara Hallager, a bird biologist at the National Zoo; “All baby birds, when they’re born, the first thing they see, which is usually the same species, is what they imprint on.”
So how did this duckling duo end up thinking a dog was their parent? It turns out it wasn’t part of the original plan when Frances Marsh, 25, and her family bought two two-day-old ducklings at a local garden center near their home in Atlantic Beach, N.C.
Yogi, the family’s 5-year-old corgi, was in the car that day and was instantly fascinated by the family’s purchase.
“They were in a little box. He just leaned his head over and licked them,” Marsh said.
Ever since, the ducklings, Biggie and ‘Pac, have chosen to follow Yogi, as if he were their mother.
“I am a pigeon and not a squirrel. Coo-coo! I’m a pigeon with a rare fluffy tail disorder. Coo-coo! And did I mention I’m not a squirrel? Coo-coo! Please take me in. I want to carry vital information to spies across enemy lines. I want to poop on things. Coo-coo!”
This flying squirrel wannabe via Ant’s Quality Foraged Links