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Animals are the best!
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I think my favorite is the cheetah lying next to the photographer, probably whispering advice. Thanks for all this. Have a splendid weekend.
Ew, weasel lips.
These pics are so fun 🤩
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Amazing. Thanks, Mitch! ;>)
Beastly good fun, Mitch.
Just wonderful! How I wish a fawn or cub would climb up on me! Thanks Mitch for the great pics.
My pleasure, Lisa.
I loved every one of these. I’m too tired to read this week and you just made my day. I’ll have sweet dreams now.
I had to watch the elephant brushing itself a dozen times!
Wow, you’ve captured a little bit of everything. Sweet, funny, shocking, amazing. I just can’t decide on a favorite, I love them all!
Thanks for the respite from reality, Mitch. The jailed cat and jailer canary pic impressed and amused me, no end; all reminiscent of the adventures of Sylvester & Tweety; where bird relentlessly outsmarts cat.
Glad you enjoyed it, Tom.
Ha-Ha! Ha-Ha! ”I tawt I taw a [caged] puddy tat!”
I did enjoy it! I did! I did!
Yeah, I could not resist adding that.
I needed this! Thank you!
My pleasure, Julia!
That fawn on the back of the alligator reminded me of a song we used to sing when I was a kid. Maybe you know it too: She sailed away on a sunny, sunny day, on the back of a crocodile. “You see,” said she, “He’s as tame as he can be. I’ll ride him down the Nile.” The croc winked his eye as she waved them all good-bye, wearing a great big smile. At the end of the ride . . . the lady was inside, and the smile on the crocodile!
Crikey! Gotta be Aussie humor. ;>) I believe (can’t swear by it) that the info on the page I found the picture at said the fawn was not harmed by the croc.
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I love this!
Especially love the pic– girl and elephant.
Me too, Art, that’s why I placed it last!
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