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Not1CentMore    10
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and giggling my silly little head off.

 

Boy, oh, boy, is this gonna be fun!

 

In the picture below, there are 'critters'.... lots of 'critters'. Can YOU find all of them? Can YOU name them?

 

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The FIRST person who can NAME all the 'critters' will receive a 'something' from my Home & Garden Collection (plus the piece of jewelry from the last game that Andries could not accept).

 

Answers will be posted and Winner announced Friday PM next (my time).

 

Have fun!

 

Ruthie

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wayjen    10
wayjen

Can I draw a big circle around the whole picture and list all the critters in it?

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Not1CentMore    10
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Can I draw a big circle around the whole picture and list all the critters in it?

 

Changed.... no need to circle, just NAME the 'critters'.

 

Ruthie

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Cali Craft and Gems    10
Cali Craft and Gems

Wild boar

Porcupine

Kudu/Eland (large buck near Gorilla)

Gorilla

Gibbon

Owl

Falcon

Vulture ?

Elephant

Leopard

Hyena (wild dog)

Buffalo

Aardvark

Chimpanzee

Baboon

Liguan (spelling?)

Alligator / Crocodile

Snake

Armidillo

Hornbill

Parrot

Otter

Finch / Weaver (yellow bird)

 

And about three or four others that I could not see clearly or just don't know!

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Not1CentMore    10
Not1CentMore
Wild boar

Porcupine

Kudu/Eland (large buck near Gorilla)

Gorilla

Gibbon

Owl

Falcon

Vulture ?

Elephant

Leopard

Hyena (wild dog)

Buffalo

Aardvark

Chimpanzee

Baboon

Liguan (spelling?)

Alligator / Crocodile

Snake

Armidillo

Hornbill

Parrot

Otter

Finch / Weaver (yellow bird)

 

And about three or four others that I could not see clearly or just don't know!

 

You are getting there....

 

Ruthie

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zerohour    10
zerohour

Red River Hog

Red billed Hornbill

African Elephant

Colobus Monkey

Sleder snouted Crocodile

Crested Porcupine

Dragonfly

Cape Buffalo

Chimpanzee

Adult Bongo

Mountain Gorilla

Red-Flanked Duiker

Pangolin

African Pygmy Goose

African Wild Dog

Rofous Fishing Owl

Olive Baboon

Gecko

Hadada Ibis

Aardvark

African Civet

African Grey Parrot

African Rock Python

White-tailed Mongoose

African Crowned Eagle

Striped Ground Squirrel

Baby Bongo

Debrazza's Monkey

Senegal Bushbaby

Okapi

Black-eyed Bulbul

Weaver Bird

Assassin Bug

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Not1CentMore    10
Not1CentMore

Answers:

 

Red-billed Hornbill

Red River Hog

African Elephant

Colobus Monkey

Slender-snouted Crocodile

Crested Porcupine

Dragonfly

Cape Buffalo

Chimpanzee

Adult Bongo

Mountain Gorilla

Red-Flanked Duiker

Pangolin

African Pygmy Goose

African Wild Dog

Rufous Fishing Owl

Olive Baboon

Gecko

Hadada Ibis

Aardvark

African Civet

African Grey Parrot

African Rock Phython

White-tailed Mongoose

African Crowned Eagle

Striped Ground Squirrel

Baby Bongo

Debrazza's Monkey

Senegal Bushbaby

Okapi

Black-eyed Bulbul

Weaver Bird

Assassin Bug

Hyena

 

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Dunno what #2 is (wasn't on answer sheet) and #1 methinks is a hyena (also not on answer sheet).

 

...and the Winner is: zerohour. Congrats!

 

Runner-Up (Honorable Mention): Cali. Congrats!

 

Since only the two of you 'braved' the 'wild' to find the critters, you both win. Please send shipping info via PM.

 

Ruthie

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wayjen    10
wayjen

Congrats all.

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Cali Craft and Gems    10
Cali Craft and Gems

Number 1 looks like a leguaan (monitor lizard). Number two looks like a leopard (cheetahs have dark "eye make up" running from the inner corner of the eye down the nose/snout).

 

Thank you for the honourable mention Ruthie - but don't worry about a prize for me. I did the list as a challenge to keep awake! (LOL)

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Not1CentMore    10
Not1CentMore

zerohour... received your PM. Will send tracking number when posted (next week)

 

Cali... if you change your mind, just send info via PM.

 

And now....

 

(drum roll, please)

 

Check out this hotter than snot NEW item that is selling like hotcakes here:

 

Bags & Backpacks - ** Sounds An Alarm ** A-LARM Kid's Backpack / Girl for sale in United States (ID:108357120)

 

(will also be listing one for the boys)

 

My grandbabies walk several blocks to school and with the 'crazies' out there, they each will have one when the school year starts.

 

Ruthie

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wayjen    10
wayjen

How do they work Ruthie?

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admin    0
admin

Very loudly one would presume Wayne :toung:

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wayjen    10
wayjen

ja ja ja always with the jokes, I just want to know how long I have before the police arrive.

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wayjen    10
wayjen

Andries wants one for his beers Ruthie, he doesn't like sharing without knowing he is sharing.

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admin    0
admin

You plan on finishing grade 4 dude :awesome:

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wayjen    10
wayjen

hey those were the best 4 years of my life man.

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Not1CentMore    10
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How do they work Ruthie?

 

 

Lift the small flap on either the right shoulder strap or on the front of the bag (varies) and pull the activation cord. The pin will disengage from the switch instantaneously and activate the alarm in a split second. Then, to deactivate, reinsert the pin. The backpack has an adjustable chest strap that secures the backpack to fit the child making it awfully hard for the big, bad 'creep-o' to remove the backpack.

 

This side, we have 'bullies' who like to get a smaller or weaker child isolated (bathroom, stairwell, etc) and 'pound the crap' out of them. Some are even attacked on the way home from school by those 'bullies'. Activating will send out an horribly loud alarm and lights will flash... (lights kinda like the revolving, bright lights on a cop car).

 

A tad spendy (over the cost of a 'regular' backpack) perhaps, but when it comes to having 'tools' that can help keep kids safe from the 'big, bad wolf'....

 

Ruthie

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wayjen    10
wayjen

Nice Ruthie!!!

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