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    Senior Member Stan's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by serge the seal of death View Post
    no. would have got the camelback all bloody.
    Somehow I found that rib achingly funny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by serge the seal of death View Post
    no. would have got the camelback all bloody.
    I've had our 18month helping me pluck a brace of them she found it very funny until bastard lice were found and it stopped play :-(

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    Quote Originally Posted by _Dirty Karlos_ View Post
    Just one at a time though, once you get any more than that they become troublesome, believe me
    My two get on quite well together.

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    Usual deer, bunnies foxes, assorted frogs and toads etc

    Seen a stoat, that was cool
    Also seen a fire salamder (bright yellow and black thing)
    Ostrich (someones pet)
    Alpaca (was in someones garden but must have died, used to always come to the fence to greet us when cycling past)
    Slow worm
    Also we get Korean Squirrels here (look like wee chipmunks)

    Deaths have included, chipmunk and frogs/toads

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    Blue whale
    Ptarmigan
    Rough Legged Buzzard

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    I think we did something like this last year?

    I've probably added a couple since then so...
    Bears.
    Wolf.
    Ravens.
    Mink.
    Raccoons.
    Bald Eagles.
    Deer.
    Snakes.
    Humpback whales.
    Sea Turtles.
    Seals.

    I do have a bit of an advantage with my location, though.

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    Lots of dead badgers, recently. I'm getting the impression that the local farmers are "offing" them and then sticking them out on the roads as "road kill". Just a feeling, like.

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    Some rabbits
    monkeys
    giraffes
    terentula
    really that was the adventurous ride i loved it a lot

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    the adventure became more memorable when i saw pair of monkeys and deers offside the road

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    Oh, and skunk. Quite a few.
    Just remember not to shock or scare them and stay facing the head end...
    And barred owls, blue jays and chipmunk.

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