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my goodness - I've missed so many of yrs lately robyn! I'm bookmarking them - hopefully will do them eventually!!! I love this one - had never seen or heard of it!!! thanks!
So glad they found him again, so unique, Thanks Rob.
Ah - thanks Heidi - that all makes perfect sense!!
That nose makes a lot of sense. It can confuse a predator into thinking that his head is his tail long enough for the little cutie to make his escape. It can also confuse his dinner/prey into thinking that it's facing the safe end, and letting him get close enough to grab it.
Thanks Sandy:))And an unusual mix of colours too snooker!! Thanks!Thanks Ami :)) So do I!!!Ah yes! Thanks for solving that puzzle Dave - it makes sense now!!!Thanks Gracie - I like looking for interesting critters!!!He sure is Nicky - thanks!!My pleasure marmar - thanks!!
He sure is a wonderment isn't he. Fascinating!! Thanks robryan.
He's a handsome fella!
Beekay is right Rob, you always find the most amazing critters!
I figured out the lines by its head/eye-you can see it is raining a little, with the streaks, and one drop landed on the back of its head and is splashing off. You can see the main part of the drop of rain horizontal with the twig.
Sort of camoflage colors on the ends and blues in the middle. Thats interesting! I would think that snout would be in the way of eating. But I'm sure it has it figured out.
I think it's wonderful Robyn!
Neat critter - lovely colors on him too.
What a beauty robyn!
I thought you might Deborah!! Quirky isn't he :)))) Thanks!
I LOVE him Rob! :)))
He sure is different Barb - makes you wonder why he developed that long snout!! Maybe he's told a few little white lies! Thanks!!
LOL! Thanks Beekay!! I'm not sure what those white bits are - they look a bit strange don't they!
Thank goodness he did not go extinct, Robyn!
You find the neatest critters Robyn. Are those long eyelashes or does he have a fancy crest?
I bet he was too dartagnan :)))) Thanks!!Thanks cinderfire - he's sure is a cutie!!
This is so neat-imagine being invisible for 50 yrs- then you are found again, wowee this is a great photo of this discovery robryan. Thank you very much for sharing this with us.
How cool! Glad he was not extinct!