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Source: Kangaroo sleeping and eating via biomorphosis
soooooooooo lovely 🙂 Thank you dear David, have a nice day, love, nia
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Isn’t he though Nia. I thought this shot was fantastic.
Looking WAAYYY too peaceful and content for a Monday! Good on ya, mate!
No kidding. Eating, sleeping,chilling. He’s got it all figured out.
But, in such a great, relaxing way!
I feel it bubbling up inside me – here it comes….’awwwwwwww Roo’ – let him/her sleep..
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Loved it. Smiling.
This is just too much!!!!! …surely the best way to start a week! 🙂
A distant cousin to Wednesday’s subject? They sure resemble each other…
Yes. I forgot about the resemblance. Yet it does make me think about what hidden message there is for me about posting all these share of animals eating,regurgitating, etc.
It’s so mesmerizing!
It is. Chewing in rhythm…
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Gotta love him!!! Precious …. Look at hat face!!
Where do you get these? They are great!!
This one, was particularly good Horty. I loved him/her.
Monday and having breakfast in bed. Nice!
Better have a big bed!
WE have lots of room here for him!!!!
I wonder if he’s dreaming about Belgian waffles or eggs Benedict?
Ha! Or pancakes with warm maple syrup and berries!
oh, yes. in such a way indeed –
Sôoooooo cute! 🙂
She is! (or he is)
Ok – That is just too cute. My pooch does that in his sleep sometimes too. 🙂
Not my pooch! 🙂
Oh my gosh, I’m ruined for the rest of the evening. I just want to keep watching that incredible creature munch and relax. So stinking cute.
Laughing. So great. I agree.
I couldn’t resist I just re-blogged your post. I have some new people will explore your blog as a result. Have a good day.
Thank you Lisa!
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A post by a fellow blogger, David Kanigan from a fabulous nature site called biomorphosis. I couldn’t resist sharing. I’m so in love.
How absolutely ADORABLE!!!!!!
He or she is!
Late to this party, but that kangaroo is adorable! About 10 years ago we visited a park down south called Kentucky Down Under. They had several Australian beasts and birds, most of which were tame enough to pet. One adolescent joey was trying to get back in his mum’s pouch; she’d hop away a bit and he’d come back and try to climb in – and repeat. Finally, she gave him a growl that got a good laugh from all of the mums standing around..”Scram’s the same in any language!”
Great story! Thanks for sharing.
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