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stencil doing graffiti

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18th Apr 2007, 12:13   | tags:,,comments (6)

Baboon Snacks!

They were the fuzzy pussy willow things, as you can see from the
windscreen wiper, they plucked them out and ate just the fuzzy bits
discarding the middle, fussy!
15th Apr 2007, 11:44   | tags:,,comments (2)

Munkeh!

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Yes, I know it's actually a baboon but we had quite the attention of the little (and large) buggers as we had lots of those fluffy things off a pussy willow tree stuck in our car vents, which to our surprise must've been an interesting snack!

Oh and they pulled our windscreen wipers out, just as a token gesture of thanks, fascinating primates, with intricate little fingers and the ability to hold on to a moving car with only their feet!
15th Apr 2007, 11:38   | tags:,,comments (0)

Unknown Animal

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Not sure what this is, sorry.
15th Apr 2007, 11:35   | tags:,comments (3)

Lions

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Rawr! Actually these were pretty lazy and just basked in the sun.
15th Apr 2007, 11:30   | tags:,,comments (2)

Name the bird

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I thought it may be an Ibis, but perhaps not, any ideas?
15th Apr 2007, 11:25   | tags:,,comments (5)

Reindeer @ Knowsley Safari Park

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Went to knowsley safari park yesterday, it was a great day out,
especially as we soon found out that the cooling fan broke on the car
and we were sat being watched by various wildlife while the boiling
sounds from the engine subsided, we couln't get out of the car so we
were just stranded for 20 mins!More pics to follow.
15th Apr 2007, 11:22   | tags:,comments (0)

Victim Support

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Got this today, as my bike got stolen. Bit gutted, but not sure that this leaflet would 'support' other victims of more serious crime.
12th Apr 2007, 20:27   | tags:,,comments (8)