This is a totally random post but worth a share just for the pictures. I’ve mentioned in a previous post that I’m a 30 something so you could maybe assume that I’m aware of alot of things in the world. I, like many take a keen interest at the school of BBC Attenborough (and their wonderful film crew etc) however I stumbled across something very awesome on the weekend.
So there I was in my local national history museum, this place is one of my daughters top visiting destinations, I haven’t got enough fingers or toes or friends fingers and toes to count the times she has been there. This place is showing its age in the exhibits department but nevertheless it’s a great place to go with your kids, my sprog is testament to that. However I digress, so there I was looking at bones and stuffed creatures that I’d seen hundreds of times when my eyes drew me to a lower shelf I’d not witnessed before…… The animal looked like half pine cone half anteater, it was in fact a…
……. PANGOLIN.. wtf?!
If you know what one is then hats off to you but I was amazed, I’ve never seen anything that odd looking, check these photos out (oh and there are some racy shots for Stevenger too)