I don’t know, it was in such a hurry. But maybe it was on its way to juggling class
When I was a child, I read this book about insects and it mentioned the sacred beetles of ancient Egypt. In my ignorance, I thought that these insects only existed in Africa. I was quite surprised to see two of them rolling this huge ball of monkey droppings, as if they were Cirque de Soleil artists, in an old army fortress in Rio.
Found here, but original from reddit…
“Wait, goddamnit, this Starbucks is closed too?”
Chicago and San Fran have coyotes, Adelaide has 'roos, what 'ya gonna do?
It’s like Sisyphus, except she IS her own rock!
(The forum software gave me a warning screen because apparently I’ve responded to @Ratel three times in this thread, and don’t I want to give other posters the chance to engage in the conversation too? We’re a few posts shy of 3,000, so I’d say my rate of responding once every 1,000 posts is pretty reasonable!)
How dare you enjoy the posts of the same poster several times in a single thread! I am appalled. APPALLED!
Not really. I love the tortoise pics, too - I just live in a time zone several hours away from most posters, so when I finally log on and see all of the happy creatures, it feels a little late to comment. I really liked your Sisyphus analogy
In case anyone is interested in seeing a different type of animal get their weekly meal, here’s yesterday’s feeding for our snake (blurred because I know some people have a fundamental fear of sneky-sneks):
Oops, my lazy-ass background work is a bit too apparent. Might fix later.
We haven’t named them yet; suggestions?
Ernst & Stavro?
Stan and Oliver