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June 16, 2005

Short asses & other mini donkeys

Brown_cow A German Stork cam. Right now they are sitting on the eggs. Good to watch in the evening.

A toad in the hand is worth two in the bush. “Pete's Bizarre Bazaar” Presents Cane Toad Leather Products

Wing photos

"You have two cows" is the beginning phrase for a series of political joke definitions. "You have two cows" jokes originated as a parody of typical introductory-level economics course material examples featuring a farmer in a moneyless society, using his cattle and produce to trade with his neighbors.

Dental Anatomy of animals

How to make a cat sit or walk. An Orisinal original

The American Miniature Horse - the Horse for Everyone. Photos from the 4th Miniature Horse show

Ralph Sowers produces miniature toy cattle utilizing hybrid Sundog cows. The Sowers' Sundog toy cows are small and friendly cattle developed to be unique bovine pets. Grawood Miniature Farm. Breeders of Mediterranean Donkeys, Toy Cattle, Miniature Horses, and Ponies

Smallest breed of Miniature Pet Pigs. The International Miniature Cattle Breeders Society and Registry

On the other hand, here’s Hercules, the giant liger, part lion, part tiger

A Lion Killing a Wildebeast

Custom creature Taxidermy Art

World Records of the Animal Kingdom

Oolong the rabbit, known for having things balanced on his head has died, but a new rabbit, Yuebin has taken his place

This is the fourth post that I am “co-blogging”, this time with Michael, a reader from “rainy Portland, Oregon”, who provided most of today’s links. (First post here, second post here, third post here.) Thank you, Michael! If other bloggers are interested to share the forum here on any other topic, please contact me for details.

Photo above from digital photographer Colin Thomas. Many More Unusual Animal Stories Here

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When I saw the link for "Storchennest" I thought that we'd get a chance to catch up with beloved "F-Troop" co-star, Larry Storch. Imagine my surprise when it turned out to be birds-nest cam.

Oh, well...there's still the 24-hour a day Forrest Tucker webcam.

Posted by: Mumblix Grumph at Jun 16, 2005 10:30:55 PM

that's a great image.

Posted by: Ryan at Jun 17, 2005 12:22:49 AM