Elephant Hockey

These elephants have a game that resembles hockey.

  • There is a stick involved. Instead of keeping your stick on the ice, it appears that you keep it on the ground.
  • The tire seems to serve as the puck.
  • Pacing is far slower than human hockey.
  • Behavior also seems less aggressive than in human hockey.

At this point, I don’t predict Elephant Hockey will become popular enough to form a league. 

elephant-hockey

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Baby Baboon

To me, all babies are cute. This baby bacon was a special guest at a birthday party. 

If you could invite any animal baby to your birthday party, which one would you invite?

baboon-baby

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Cheetah Tail

The primary purpose of the cheetah’s tail is to maintain balance when they run and make quick turns.

Some people think they also use their tails for signaling.

If so, what signal is this cheetah sending? 

cheetah-tail

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Is This My House?

It was a long walk from a hard day’s work and I may have turned onto the wrong path.

I don’t see the house number, but I think this is my house. 

penguin-my-house

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Rothschild Silkmoth

Here’s a striking member of the silkmoth family.

The Rothschild Silkmoth has a transparent panel on each of its four wings.

If you look closely, you can see through the panels in the photo to see the plant behind its wings. 

moth-silk-rothschild

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