[Not picking up BBC anymore. Man, I gotta tune these things again. Frickin' pain in my 'Tocks.]
Welcome back! Before the break, we met Walter Warblewump, an accountant from off the coast of La Jolla, CA. Walter’s fashion sense was drab and conservative, and he felt he needed a new direction…
So our crack makeover team went to work. A change of clothes, new contact lenses, and some accessorized feelers… and just look at Walter now!
Top photo via William Warby.
It’s just a question of what sort of pointy object you’d like jabbed into you.
YOU are! So slide on up here and let’s have some munchies!
Wanna know what this raging little maniac is? My first thought was “Quokka.” Nope. When I right clicked on the image, it said:
Hey, Wikipedia! Help us out!
Pademelons are small marsupials of the genus Thylogale. They are usually found in forests. Pademelons are one of the smallest of the macropods. The name is a corruption of “Badimaliyan,” from the “Dharuk Aboriginal language” of Port Jackson (Sydney region.) Pademelons, Wallabies, and Kangaroos are very alike in body structure, and the names just refer to the three different size groups.
And THAT, my friends, clears THAT up.
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[It's hard to keep the screen clean, otherwise it's totally cool!]
You have to admit, these daggone Go Pro cameras can go..well, anywhere, and produce some stunning video. Like this video on Manta Rays. Normally not considered one of the Classically Cuter Species- this FAVE FRAME got me to thinking- Cute..or NOT Cute? (And note the Side-eye, please.)
That was the headline of the Sharon B-C (Western Australia) email. She’s right, you know. And do you know how many aardvark posts we’ve had on C.O. lo these many years? Care to hazard a guess?
Outrageous. Gotta bump that number up starting RIGHT NOW!
[*Note: story is from Mail Online, but be warned, it's a sad one. -Ed.]
Ladies & Gentlemen- a C.O. foist! The C.O. debut of a little maniac known as a QUOLL. Cuteporter Stephen sent us an article from WAToday.com.au, and it says that these little dudes are endangered. Not good. Anyway, these guys were discovered in Kimberley, WA (Western Australia.) The article also says “A Bandicoot was also detected by camera on Buckle Head.”
[A Bandicoot...at Buckle Head! Such names. What a place. Must go. -Ed.]