I have been looking everywhere for you! It’s like trying to find a needle in a haystack!
It’s so cold, the artists formerly known as Snowy Owls have confirmed they now want to be known as I Wanna Go To Miami Owls.
An invasion of Snowy Owls, the magically beautiful bird of the Arctic (and Harry Potter), has been reported this winter across the Midwest, Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states. One has made it all the way to Little Talbot Island, near Jax, Florida! That is a real Snow Bird invasion.
One of over 40 Snowy Owls sighted in Pennsylvania. By Dave Inman’s Photo Stream.
It’s so cold, even polar bears can’t handle the polar vortex! Multiple news sources reporting from zoos across the country that polar bears are curling up and staying inside
with their snuggie and a cup of cocoa in front of the fire !
Via CBS News. Photo of Anana, at Chicago’s Lincoln Park Zoo, by Jim Shulz, Chicago Zoological Society/AP.
Chiidax, the baby fur seal can tell you, it’s all about the Aleuts getting you through
to the ground crew who feed you fish stew
while FedEx delivers you a thousand miles or two
to rendezvous with friends anew; other fur seal rescues Kit, Flaherty and Lou. Whew!
On the plains and mountains of Peru, there you will find Viscacha. My cousin is the Chinchilla, but he has the ears that are stumpy, not tall and proud like Viscacha. But neither is Viscacha the bunny rabbit, for their tails are like, how you say, the puff powder, not long and curly like Viscacha.
When Viscacha is threatened, I emit a fearsome roar!
There are some who say that to sniff the fur of Viscacha produces the visions of beauty in the mind. But this is the nonsense.
… flap your ears!
So, Santa’s extra-back-up-stand-by reindeer, Sven and Ole, were very busy at their flying practice when Sven says to Ole, this is one foggy Christmas Eve! And Ole says, do you think we mist it?
A sudden change in your vision could be an early warning sign of a craving for jelly donuts, two monster sized chocolate bars, a box of dates, some sand dunes and a tent or two.
Oh look, here’s one now. Let’s ask. So what are you, a spider or a monkey? One or the other, you can’t have it both ways!
My name is a combination of the word spider, which is Latin for AAAAIIIIEEEEE! [Psycho music], and the word Monkey, which is a made-up word that is cute to say.
Hula Skirt Monkey would have been nice. That Carl Linnaeus sure has a lot to answer for.
Baby spider monkey learns to leap, via Zooborns.