December 4, 2017

THE ARK - On Animal Blogging With Dill The Cat

Based on our experience of Our Best Day Ever At The Zoo (the link at the top of the page on the sidebar) we were inspired to give this section the name, THE ARK - On Animal Blogging With Dill The Cat.

                   The gift giving of one’s spirit animal
 Have you ever considered giving the gift of one’s spirit animal?   How?  There are many organizations that are devoted to the quality of animals lives that have adoption programs.  The adoption money goes towards the care of the animal.  Select an animal that is the spirit animal to the receiver.   
                    Membership is a beautiful gift
There are a lot of advantages of having a membership to an organization that supports the quality of animal lives, including the gift of a membership last all year long!  Check the website of organizations that would meet your interest for details!

This is a red-breasted goose at the Denver Zoo.
I did a video on squares in animals and nature from my photography collection, and the above picture I took at Denver Zoo is another example of a square pattern found in the kingdom of animals.



It may seem reasonable by their names, a brown bear, a black bear one could tell them apart but not when one considers black bears can be dark brown, cinnamon, and even white; just as brown bears (commonly called grizzlies because they can have lighter colored tips on their fur) can be different shades of brown, blond, and even black. And if that is not confusing enough at the same time some black and brown bears can have a mixture of both colors. So how does one tell them apart?

Black bears tend to be smaller than brown bears. Brown bears have a hump on their shoulders where black bears do not, and black bears have bigger ears that sit straight up. But perhaps the easiest way to tell these bears apart is their claws. Black bears claws are short enough not to be visible and a brown bear claws are long enough you most likely will never forget seeing them. 
                                               MY YOUTUBE
Horns and Pinocchio noses can be found on the unlikely beauties of snakes. Birds, reptiles, insects, mammals, and fish - all species - have creatures with zebra strips. Camouflaged animals blend into their environments but ironically animals almost invisible stand out. In nature and the kingdom of animals squares exist. There is an unfamiliarity with familiar animals such as lions with spots. These are some aspects of my videos. I hope you enjoy them. 
                                                ZEBRA STRIPES
Okay...we cannot scientifically prove it but we are declaring that the zebra stripe pattern is the most commonly and uncommonly found (like zebra stipe eyes) in the kingdom of animals. From my photography collection I made a video titled, Zebras, Everywhere, and there is only one zebra it in. 

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