Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Duck-Billed Batypus

At dusk, on the surface of our local lakes you can spot the indigenous duck-billed batypus trying to get a meal. Known for their perfected sonar, their only flaw is the sonar affecting "quacking" that tends to cause these small aviarodents to occasionally land in the water and attempt to swim.



Blogger Seraya Fulton said...

I really like the green against the black. It's adorable.

6:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes - you got me with the green too. The idea is pretty good - in a comical way. This animal makes me laugh. He's like a clown for the bat world.

12:07 AM  

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