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Ah yes me just chilling with the relatives in a tree! Lovely pictures apart from the spider - eekk!! My cousins the red pandas are totally cool too. Any chance the Torygraph has apologized yet? Naw, didn't think so.
Ha ha ha. No.I thought I'd throw in the spider for a bit of banter. He's a beauty. Not sure I'd like to find him in my bath though!
Again wonderful selection of photos except the spider one which looks that it is on steroids..
I've adopted him Marcia. He's called Sidney.I'm thinking of feeding him on Irn Bru. Look what it did from Jim!:)
Emm I am sure I got the husband to throw that one out of the house a week or two ago and then we found her in the compost heap, I need to get out of here before she comes back to have words. I HATE SPIDERS. I will not do them harm, they have a place on this planet I just am not liking them.I wonder where Le Bugger the Panda is, he would be claiming they were his relatives also. Love the baby seals and that kitten is so cute. Now where are the baby Pugs and the wee Bull Terriers, we have got to give Niko something to admire.
He's probably sorting out the French Embassy.I've written to them asking them what they think of being called liars by the press and Cameron and Miliband.Niko is too busy admiring himself to bother with anything else...
Oh I meant to say I came across a Red Squirrel in Calais Muir Woods a couple of years ago whilst walking the wee lad, I was quite frankly astonished but it was definitely a Red, ear tuffs and all. Now we used to feed a grey whilst feeding the birds not a mile away so you see why I was astonished. We often saw the deer there as well, it was the one good thing that factory did that they built for Hyundai.
I don't want to alarm anyone, but I believe that is the Goliath tarantula, aka the bird eating spider.They can grow to the size of a dinner plate, feeding on snakes as well as birds.
Ah... Right.I'd better keep him away from my blackbirds, sparrows, blue tits, great tits and robins, all of whom seem to find my garden a good place to live.Don't think we have any snakes around here though.
I'm sure, like St. Patrick is said to have done, the snakes will be driven out soon enough.
LOL LOL Good one, Jim.
I had a few mates that had the spiders while serving in Belize, A fruit eating spider was left on my bed and i was too feart to move so slept in the chair. Clever creatures . Got use to them quickly.Now what would i give for a Panda. They are so cute and look so laid back. ( are they veggies Tris). I know the brown and Black bears are meat eaters ?Starting to really enjoy these Sunday's Tris.
Red pandas, as with giant pandas, are omnivorous but, prefer bamboo.
I'm glad you like them Richy. It's a break from all the garbage of the week.They are quite soothing.Not sure I'd like to share a bet with one of these monstrous spiders. I love them, but from a distance. Think I'd have been on the chair with you mate.I didn't know they were omnivorous. I thought it was only bamboo they ate. Learn something new every day.
Got to thank my parents, for that. I got an encyclopaedia every birthday/Christmas/Easter.Arlene and my kids now call me, a wealth of useless information.Though, no information is useless.
The original Mr Google!!!
I see you managed to arrive in Ullapool just in time for sunset then Tris. LOL
The travelling I do for you guys... :)Off to Antarctica now...
I used to have some black squirrels living in trees around my house. The Pandas weren't bothered.
Ahhh there you are....We thought maybe the French government had kidnapped you..We have reds here... just up the road from Munguin Towers.I'll try to get photographs this summer.