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Sydney Fong:

this is a interesting post by Krahnpix, regarding porcupine reflection. Enjoy reading!

Originally posted on Krahnpix:

I think people’s movements can reflect their personality. For example, have you ever seen high-strung people just saunter around? This got me wondering if my theory holds true in the wild?

Last week I was driving aimlessly hoping to cross paths with a beautiful buck. I secretly wonder sometimes if I miss wildlife because I’m lost in thot. Suddenly I spy a dark object in a snowy stubble field. This porcupine was hard to miss!

The camouflage might work in the trees but porky was a little obvious parked out in the snow.

The first thing I noticed was the porcupine’s style of movement which was well … methodical is a polite term. Those stubby legs are definitely not built for speed. In a little bit of snow, the legs disappeared completely and the porcupine looked like a tug boat churning away on the soft surface.

I was a bit surprised…

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Sydney Fong:

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Originally posted on PositiveBoomer:

Two Lost Souls:

After losing his parents, this 3-year-old orang-utan was so depressed he wouldn’t eat and didn’t respond to medical treatment. The veterinarians thought he would surely die from sadness. The zoo keepers found a sick dog in the park at the zoo where the orang-utan lived and took the dog to the animal treatment center. The dog arrived at the same time the orang-utan was there being treated…

The two lost souls met and have been inseparable ever since.

The orang-utan found a new reason to live and each always tries his best to be a good companion to his new found friend. They are together 24 hours a day.

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They live in Northern California where swimming is their favorite past time, although Roscoe (the orang-utan) Is a little afraid of the water and needs his friend’s help to swim.

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Together they have discovered the joy and laughter…

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