Shades of our breakdancing gorilla: This little orphan chimp at a rescue center in Cameroon loves to spin around until he’s so dizzy he bumps into the camera.
Well then, prepare to suffer the bitter sting of my rapier wit!
Photo by Flickrer laszlo-photo, who notes that “the name ‘marmoset’ comes from an Old French word, meaning ‘grotesque figure.'”
…and, and they have stuffed animals too.
It’s perfectly natural. Stop looking at her like that.
The World We Share is reportin’ that a behbeh Mandril monkey was caught snorgling a stuffed animal and sucking her thumb at the Yageer Zoo in Ningbo, Zhejiang Province of China. Hoverfacts and more on this story over at What’s On Ningbo.
The little orphan child, who mysteriously appeared one day, was taken in by the local ferrets and raised as one of their own. They take baths together, followed by a bedtime story, then steal some jewelry, hide dirty socks and tunnel under the rug. Just like a real family.
Angus & Trouble are all rub a dub-dubble trub, Stacey J.!
Behold, brethren: Baboon, barely but a babe, bonds to bushy baby bush baby. Between breakfast bowl and burbly bottle banquet, big brother bears the beautiful bundle with boundless bliss. A burden? Bah! A bother? Balderdash! Best buddies? You better bet your bright bare butt!
Another quality foraged link by Ant.
People think it’s all glamourous and exciting — dash in, get the picture, then off to the pub — but that’s not it at all, mate. Stakeouts, they’re the worst: Cramped for hours in the boot of me car, waiting for that one perfect shot of a murder suspect’s wife’s boyfriend’s dentist’s nurse’s transsexual lover.
But the public’s got a right to know, and sacrifices like these are what quality journalism’s all about, in’nit?
Stealthily photographed by Flickr user fPat Murray.