The Higg-Piggy You put your right hoof in; You put your right hoof out; You put your right hoof in and you shake it all about. You do the Higgy-Piggy, And you turn yourself around, That’s what it’s all about! Oink!
There are 5 Difference to spot:
Bird Identification – Crested Flycatcher Far more tyrannical than the kingbird is this “wild Irishman,” as John Burroughs calls the large flycatcher with the tousled head and harsh, uncanny voice, who prowls around the woods and orchards startling most feathered friends and foes with a loud, piercing exclamation that sounds like What! Unlike good children, […]
Bird Identification – Mourning Dove – Carolina Dove Do not waste any sympathy on this incessant love-maker that slowly sings coo-o-o, ah-coo-o-o-ooo-o-o-ooo-o-o, in a sweetly sad voice. Really he is no more melancholy than the plaintive pewee but, on the contrary, is so happy in his love that his devotion has passed into a proverb. […]
The Mandrill is one of the largest monkeys it got its name cause it can stand on two legs for a short moment in time. Its name Mandrill means Man-Ape and like all baboons it’s famous for its red bottom. The Man-Ape is one of the most ferocious Monkeys/ Baboons on the planet it has […]
Bird Identification – Short-eared Owl – Marsh Owl – Meadow Owl This owl, and its long-eared cousin, wear the tufts of feathers in their ears that resemble harmless horns. Unlike its relatives, the short-eared owl does some hunting by daylight, especially in cloudy weather, and like the marsh hawk it prefers to live in grassy, […]
Excerpt from: www.ananova.com An enormous pink bunny has been placed on an Italian mountainside where it will stay for the next 20 years. The 200-foot-long toy rabbit lies on the side of the 5,000 foot high Colletto Fava mountain in northern Italy’s Piedmont region. Viennese art group Gelatin designed the giant soft toy and say […]
Bird Identification – The Purple And The Bronzed Grackles – Crow Blackbirds You probably know either one of our two crow blackbirds, similar in size and habits, one with purplish, iridescent plumage, the commonest grackle east of the Alleghenies and south of Massachusetts, and the bronzed grackle, with brassy tints in his black plumage, who […]
The pygmy Marmoset (Cebuella Pygmaea) of upper Amazon Basin and lesser mouse-lemur (Microcebus murinus) of Madagascar are of comparable length to the shrew but heavier, weighing 50-75g 1.8-2.6oz and 45-80g 1.6-2.8oz respectively. The pygmy marmoset is also the smallest monkey.