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20060914 - Misfit & another snake - 106-0674 - snake escaping into water dish's filter motor

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20060914 - Misfit & another snake - 106-0674 - snake escaping into water dish's filter motor
video of animals
Image by Rev. Xanatos Satanicos Bombasticos (ClintJCL)
Misfit drops the snake into the fountain, and it prompty goes into the one hole it can find (evolution at work). Right into the fountain motor.

For video of Misfit playing with the snake: www.youtube.com/watch?v=gqwQUGvDiQU

Back-story: We noticed Misfit had something, and it was a snake! He dropped it into his water fountain, and we had to take it apart. We let him play with it for awhile, then put it in a bottle. The bottle drove him crazy -- he attacked the movement within every 5 minutes for days. It was his new favorite toy -- the pet of our pet. So we kept the snake in captivity for a week or so. He was not interested in our house crickets, which we joked that Misfit caught for him. After a week, it not only needed probably needed food, but also stank, so we released it. It did need to be "watered" a few times during the week, too, which no doubt increased the stink-power.

Misfit, snake.

September 14, 2006.


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Boston Museum of Science | Mammoths and Mastodons: Titans of the Ice Age | Replica of fossil dig site, and frame from movie of mammoths 20,000 years ago
video of animals
Image by Chris Devers
At the front of the exhibit is a large-screen video showing from the present day backwards, before cities, before European settlements, before Native American settlement, before the last ice age, to the time of the mammoths.

In front of the screen is a full-size model of a half-excavated mammoth fossil dig. Those tusks are huge — it's hard to imagine creatures walking around with them hanging off their faces like that.



Photos from the Mammoths and Mastodons: Titans of the Ice Age exhibit at the Museum of Science. Quoting from their description:

Travel back to a time when humans shared the stage with woolly giants! Examine full-scale replicas of massive Ice Age mammals, including Lyuba, a 40,000-year-old baby mammoth discovered by a Siberian reindeer herder in 2007. The exhibit also features some of the oldest art in existence, huge skulls and tusks, weird and wonderful mammoth relatives, and mastodon bones collected by William Clark (of Lewis and Clark fame) for President Thomas Jefferson's own collection.

This exhibition was created by The Field Museum, Chicago.


Boston Museum of Science | Mammoths and Mastodons: Titans of the Ice Age | Replica of fossil dig site
video of animals
Image by Chris Devers
At the front of the exhibit is a large-screen video showing from the present day backwards, before cities, before European settlements, before Native American settlement, before the last ice age, to the time of the mammoths.

In front of the screen is a full-size model of a half-excavated mammoth fossil dig. Those tusks are huge — it's hard to imagine creatures walking around with them hanging off their faces like that.



Photos from the Mammoths and Mastodons: Titans of the Ice Age exhibit at the Museum of Science. Quoting from their description:

Travel back to a time when humans shared the stage with woolly giants! Examine full-scale replicas of massive Ice Age mammals, including Lyuba, a 40,000-year-old baby mammoth discovered by a Siberian reindeer herder in 2007. The exhibit also features some of the oldest art in existence, huge skulls and tusks, weird and wonderful mammoth relatives, and mastodon bones collected by William Clark (of Lewis and Clark fame) for President Thomas Jefferson's own collection.

This exhibition was created by The Field Museum, Chicago.

 
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