“Aaaaaaand… munch, two, three, chomp, two, three… Big smiles, ladies, big smiles! Gladys, you missed the turn!”
Yes, Peeps. Step right up and see an anatomical wonder. Here, in this very post, a magical marvelous surprise that will entrance and intrigue and delight you beyond measure! It’s a lepidoptera oddity! It’s the caterpillar that wears peculiar perpendicular penguin pajamas!
Last Friday, we had a Grasshopper Haiku and forgot to include this little maniac. Our apologies.
“Check out this little fellow sitting on my hand and arm. I found him on the neighbor’s swing set when my daughter was there playing. After I held him for a moment I released him to continue his life on the dogwood tree.” -Cuteporter Andrea D., who used a Nikon D3000 for these super shots.
Only in Australia. Of course! Have a look and have a listen:
From Treehugger, for all your green, or hot pink, news.
First off, that part about how I didn’t save up for winter? Totally false. My pantry was so full, in fact, that I hired the Ants to build me a grain elevator. But before I know what’s happening, they walk off with my stash and spread rumors to the press, until now I’m some kind of poster boy for idleness. Total smear campaign.
1958: Maj. Hank “Pollen Goggles” Bumblefuzz becomes the first bee to fly faster than the speed of sound.
I don’t mean to be a pane but it’s not easy being transparent.
Delicately dainty snailio photos by Helen Nelson of The Good Earth. Thanks to sender-inner Zoë.
The #1 reason hippies don’t go camping nowadays is the fear of going into the woods and finding an 18′ tall hermit crab lurking beside their campsite.
Sender-Inner Abi M. shares, “In a break from the normal underwater photograph, Jason Isley has added miniature figurines to create cute scenes with underwater critters.” Very cool! Like wow!