beschizza at June 26th, 2014 16:00 — #1
crenquis at June 26th, 2014 16:24 — #2
boundegar at June 26th, 2014 16:32 — #3
Pity there were no Scots around to point out that's no crocodile, it's obviously Nessie.
sissyphus at June 26th, 2014 16:37 — #4
fluffitfluffit at June 26th, 2014 16:56 — #5
the deadly wooden beam-odile !
shuck at June 26th, 2014 17:33 — #6
It's all a very cunning adaptation by the Greater British Crocodile - being able to disguise itself as a log of wood. It's rather amazing - not only is it shaped like a log, it stiffly bobs up and down in the water in exactly the same manner as a piece of wood as well!
d_r at June 26th, 2014 18:28 — #7
That's what happens when you flush saplings down the toilet.
adonai at June 26th, 2014 20:32 — #8
Were there any athletes around?
catgrin at June 26th, 2014 21:24 — #9
Here's the first of three videos on how to make a life-size articulated wood crocodile that is truly spectacular! Jeff Sloan specializes in this type of woodwork, and gives a great step-by-step. I recommend watching through all three - or at least sneaking a peek at the finished animal. Had it been snaking down the river, people might have seriously wondered!
Link to his site: http://wobblywood.co.uk/home.html
bobo at June 27th, 2014 02:26 — #10
This is what I come to BB for, clever taxonomy jokes.
scav at June 27th, 2014 08:53 — #11
phuzz at June 27th, 2014 10:11 — #12
Thing is, the suspension bridge is about 250 feet above the river, so it's pretty hard to see anything, let alone a log.
amor_decosmos at June 27th, 2014 11:29 — #13
What rolls down stairs alone or in pairs
Rolls over your neighbor's dog?
What's great for a snack and fits on your back?
It's log, log, log!
beschizza at July 1st, 2014 16:00 — #14
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