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Tag Archives: animals
Puzzle of November 9, 2009
Arizona bobcats on a saguaro cactus.
Book of November 8, 2009
High summer at Yosemite, from the animals' point of view.
Puzzle of October 30, 2009
Eyes of an adult female Phidippus putnami Jumping Spider. Small but fierce: she is no more than a centimeter long.
Book of October 23, 2009
As a child, I read every sort of animal-based fiction. This is one of those where they think like animals and don’t talk, and one of my very favorites.
Puzzle of October 17, 2009
This turned out to be a "get ready for Halloween" puzzle, because it creeped me out. A lot
Book of October 12, 2009
Translated from the feline, with a photo essay by Suzanne Szasz.
Puzzle of October 12, 2009
American Green Tree Frog, Hyla cinerea, waits on a dahlia. Yo, princess! Credit: Paphio.
Book of October 10, 2009
They re-named him “Harvey” for some reason, but he’ll always be “Bruno” to us. Wonderfully detailed how-to.