Now that there’s a Designated Hitter rule in the National League, I have a prospect for the Cubs --
From the fine folks at The Dodo, here's a wonderful video about a matriarch and mother in the elephant world.
A few months back, I posted a video here from the fine folks at The Dodo about a fellow named Jeff Vreeland who built a garden for a family of woodchucks who he called The Chunks. Well...thanks to those same fine folks, here he is again, but this time building a Squirrel Restaurant, though all the neighborhood wildlife are welcome. Reservations are required however -- although not always followed.
From the fine folks at The Dodo, this is a great tale about a man who took a trip to Brazil and went down the Amazon River into basically the jungle. And there, he found an emaciated stray dog on a deserted island (one that likely disappears when the tide is high enough.) And...well, the video tells the rest of the wonderful story, which takes a few twists and turns along the way.
From the fine folks at The Dodo, we have an episode of Meet the Chunks. This is a tale about a groundhog and the guy who builds him his own own garden -- as one groundhog becomes a growing family.
The video is wonderfully done with very good narration and fun music. I have a companion piece on the same guy who goes off in another direction that's great fun, too, which I'll post later on. But for now -- Meet the Chunks.
The Adventures of Kotara and Hana continue…
We haven't had a video of the two, wonderful Asian small-clawed otters for a while, and it's time to rectify that. Today, they meet a baby for the first time and are totally bewildered by two little kids.
Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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