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19 September 2010


D’ya like fuzzy-wuzzy? Want some, huh? Well I got yer fuzzy-wuzzy right here, yessiree…

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8 Responses to “Fuzzy-wuzzy!”

  1. Nessa says:

    Lovely pics… except for that spider!!! My job tomorrow is to investigate Indonesia so will reply to your email very soon.

    Hope you’re having a brilliant time with the fuzzy wuzzies xx

  2. Alan says:

    I have been lurking for a while waiting for Madasgar posts and pictures. I love them. The wildlife there seems amazing and I can’t wait to read and see more.

    • shortclaws says:

      Thank you! It’s kind of you to say so, as I’ve been browsing your site and your photography is superb. I’m hoping a solid year of wildlife watching will improve mine no end. ; ) You have some wonderful otter pictures – are you able to share the locations with us so that we can try for them if/when we visit California again? There’s a private email link on the About Us page.

  3. Christel says:

    Amazing… My favourite for this time is the photo of the 2 birdies sleeping! Cxx

    • shortclaws says:

      We saw another pair of birds sleeping the next night. Never seen that before! You could get very close, and they seemed sound asleep.

  4. Thea says:

    I’m so unbelievably jealous! Lemurs everywhere! I hope you’re having immense fun in Madagascar.

    • shortclaws says:

      It’s fantastic to hear from you! And it only *seems* like lemurs everywhere – we often got perhaps 3 lemur sightings in a 5 hour walk, so that’s roughly 100 minutes of trampling through the rainforest for 10 minutes of fuzzy-wuzzy. ; )

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