Never ask a moose “why the long face?” SERIOUSLY.
Entries from March 2007 ↓
A few weeks ago, I found an photograph that Emi took of a group of walruses, and I thought it could be used so perfectly as the climax for the epic Bucket Saga.
I sent it to I Can Has Cheezburger, a blog that my sister and I have a love-hate relationship with (mainly I love it, she hates it), hoping they’d post it on their site, but they haven’t yet. Perhaps I shouldn’t have sent it as an attachment, perhaps they just get a lot of emails (it’s amazing, they’re less than three months old, but they get at least 25,000 hits a day, and they’re about to be reach the top 1,000 blogs on Technorati’s ranking system), but they haven’t posted it yet.
I kind of like it a lot, so I thought I’d share it.
Update: lol lukit sweet rite?
I found this pretty cute video on YouTube, while looking for… I don’t remember? The choice of music is strange, but the puppies are cute.
I actually think regular-style catfish are more uglorable, but this catfish of the albino-variety sure is interesting. Italics.
Barn owls seem so dreamlike to me. Their faces look like those of an ancient mythical creature. What is it?
Another picture I took at Chiba Zoo!
This is a Malayan Tapir… The first time I saw one of these was in Seattle, and I said “What the heck?”. A little kid in front of me then turned around and told me not to use bad words.
This is slightly experimental, I’m fine with that.
dinosaurdimetrodon skeleton from the Stanford Institute’s National Museum of Natural History.
Thanks Doug for letting us know what it is!
I was looking through Nemo’s Great Uncle’s Flickr photostream a little more, and I found one picture that really amazed me.
Every color is so fantastic.
How we went on for so long without posting a single armadillo, I haven’t the slightest clue.