All you people out there who want to hug baby sloths… I guess you’ll have to become zoologists and get a grant to study in Costa Rica. But here at least you can see the babies are small enough to let chairs and rocking chairs serve them as trees. “Hey, wait a minute! We have chairs! If we can only get a baby sloth or two…”
To this video I must add a small tribute to the mother wolf spider, who carries her eggs until they hatch into tiny spiders the size of a pin-head, then carries the babies until they’re old enough to take care of themselves. If one of the multitude of babies falls off her back, she knows it instantly–don’t ask me how!–and will search until she finds it and returns it to its place.
As Rev. D. James Kennedy used to say, “Ain’t chance grand?”
God’s stuff always works.
After a brutal week of politics, I’m outta here, I’m going for God’s stuff, and I’m takin’ you with me if you want to come.
“Unknowable” recently described an encounter with a tiny baby horny-toad, or rather horned lizard, which made me want to have one, too. I love lizards, and horned lizards are so unusual. They don’t grow very large, but this baby is the smallest one I’ve ever seen.
BTW, because they eat hardly anything but live ants, horned lizards don’t make suitable pets and should be allowed to remain in the wild and loved and appreciated just where they are.
Puppies, kittens, ducklings, baby goats–somewhere in this video you’re sure to find someone you’d want to pick up and kiss.
You will also learn how to annoy a squirrel. If you’re trying to grow vegetables, I think you’ll agree that turnabout is fair play.
I realize these baby animal videos hurt my tough guy image, but I don’t care. I cover the news, reporting on only a tiny fraction of what I read each day. I don’t know about you, but after all that, baby animals are good for me.
As if I needed an excuse…