This is installment #29 in my blog thread for Bobbo, describing what to call groups of animals … See how many you can guess. Answers listed at the bottom of the page.
- The lounge looked longingly.
- The repetition repeated, over and over and over and….
- This is no school for scholars.
- The business busied itself sniffing out food.
- Why hurt a herd?
- The mustering masters moving through Munster.
- Lounge of lizards
- Repetition of ground hogs 
- School of carp 
- Business of ferrets
- Herd of bulls
- Mustering of storks 
NOTES:  Also called woodchucks, whistle-pigs, or land-beavers Scientific American.com  Uwe took this photo during Golden Week, when everyone in China is on holiday. If I ever had any claustrophobia, I cured it forever during that trip!  Stork status: Endangered © Jadi Campbell 2017. All photos © Uwe Hartmann. To see more of Uwe’s animal photos and pics from our trips go to viewpics.de. Fun animal names from www.writers-free-reference.com, Mother Nature Network and www.reference.com.
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9 thoughts on “The Animal Kingdom #29”
They are fantastic photos to recreate an experience to keep in the memory box.
“an experience to keep in the memory box”… What a gorgeous way to say this!
Great pics– a LOUNGE of LIzards ? Been there. 😀
Was that you in the shiny green suit that night in the bar? If only I could remember…
Jadi: Actually , I think that’s me in the bull ring, with the descabellos sticking in me. 😀
Ouch! This is why lounge lizards drink
😀 Hahahaha — I guess so….. I’m getting too old for that lounge scene… more a Barcalounger these days. 😀
Entertaining as always! I especially like the lounge lizards. Did you recover from your illness? Hope to see you in Oaxaca next year!
Those lizards are a hit. Oaxaca 2020 for sure. I managed to get better again and Uwe and I just got back from 5 weeks in SE Asia. Posts to follow.