Can it be spring already?
Can it be spring already?
Orange you glad some nice person left half an orange here?
“Little dude loves his orange,” notes Redditor dbomb65.
Welcome back, sports fans, to Bowling for Flies! It’s down to our finalists, Louie “Thundertongue” Muscatola versus Manny “Bug” Zappa!
“I wish I could bowl this well,” laments sender-inner Megan, who apparently never tried just flinging herself down the alley with her tongue out, which turns out to work remarkably well until the management asked me to leave. (PS: Thanks, Brinke!)
Behold The Platypus. Sleek, slick, and so Prosh. Just like our Furball Friends from earlier today, this Beakasaurus hails from Down Undah. Wouldn’t you LOVE to Snorgle that Belleh? Of course. Silly qwesh.
Gotta be careful sometimes, though- “Let’s just, for a moment, overlook the fact that the Platypus could possibly stab you with a heel spur coated in venom (males in the mating season only.) -Roselyn P.
“(Wait, is it ‘fa-la-la’ or ‘la-la-fa’? ‘La-fa-fi-fo-fum’? ‘Fa-la-fel’? ‘Fa-lav-a-flav’? I’m so embarrassed…)”
Via Marcus Saul.
No worries, mate, it’s in the bag. The fix is in. No problemo. Fuggedaboutit. You’re good to go. Hakuna matata. Nod’s as good as a wink, eh, know what I mean, say no more?
Er, that might be Bandit on the right. These guys are Bat-Eared Foxes.
As the ZooBorns story goes, a local farmer found them on his ranch. He had been building a dam on his property- the dam collapsed and they were found floating in the water.
He couldn’t locate their mum, or their den…
…so he brought ’em to the Cango Wildlife Ranch, Oudtshoorn, South Africa…
..where they are doing well!
Photos by Cango Wildlife Ranch.
Before I saw this on ZooBorns, I thought that perhaps “Quokka” was the funniest animal name. But that was before..
Or, in the case of this first photo, a Stack O’ Dibblers. ZB says The Dibbler is “an endangered carnivorous marsupial.”
The Perth Zoo bred some Dibblers and then “released them to a fenced area at Whiteman Park, giving them a chance to establish in the absence of foxes and cats, which have likely contributed to their decline in the wild.”
Harken back to March of 2013- we introduced you to Mr. Nudibranch! Now, in December of 2014- thanks to Carly of The Featured Creature, we’ve got Mr. Nudibranch (The Sequel.) She says this is actually a “Leaf Sheep Nudibranch.” Well, of course I knew that. Learn more right here. The above photo is by Lynn Wu.
This one wins Nosevember. I know it’s December. It still wins. “Hi there! This is a photo of an Aardvark that I took in Madison, WI. He is a very sleepy, snuggly little guy.” -Emily W.