A Guessing Game.
At first glance
I read your post as Cavemen ???
Silly old moi.
Now we just have to wait for Shasta8.
It is an albino alligator. They have them at the New Orleans zoo, and for a long time Louisiana was the only place they could be found. However, last year or so (whenever I saved that pic), they found one in South Carolina in the wild. I googled it, so here is an update on the baby.
Here is also a picture of an adult white alligator from New Orleans. It has blue eyes, so they aren't true albinos.
That was a really good one.
And very informative too,
Do we have another starter ?
Mean time here`s one I snapped
on the way up the mountain yesterday.
I was up taking Bird Pics for the New Bird Watching thread.
In there you will see lots of Australian Bird Pics.
What is this animal ???
Good wild guess, n2birds
wallaby ? But which one?
Not sure how many there are,
But this is one of the more pretty ones.
Some of them can be a bit ordinary looking.
By the way, Do you see anything in her pouch ???
couldn't tell if that was her pouch - or that was a him ??? !!!!
How sweet !
They are a pretty one. Good design on their little faces.
Wallaby - Types of wallabies include the Rock Wallaby, the Agile Wallaby, the Allied Rock-Wallaby, the Black-footed Rock-Wallaby, the Brush-tailed Rock-Wallaby, the Mareeba Rock-Wallaby, the Parma Wallaby, the Swamp Wallaby, the Tammar Wallaby, the Whiptail Wallaby, and the Yellow-footed Rock Wallaby.
Is it one of these ?
OK, if we are going to facial features, how about either a "Striped-faced Dunnart" or a "Red-cheeked Dunnart"?
Is that a bromeliad? No clue on the dingleberries (do they have that term in Australia) LOL. Joe
Yes it is a bromeliad jozeeben.
No clue on the dingleberries
Here`s a clue.
You can`t make a milk-shake out of it ?