On Sunday Michael called Grant to see a new little critter on the wild orchid in a tree.
Isn't it fascinating?
The chameleon has since moved off. Apparently they're vagrants so although I was sorry not to see it there again, I'm happy it has gone to look for greener pastures!
Princess and her pups are doing well. Yesterday was Michael's day off. Joshua is the relief askari on Fridays and takes his job very seriously; especially the most recent one as nursery assistant. I had to eventually stop him from shaking out the pups' blanket and refolding it every 20 minutes!
Joshua and Princess
This is what I call a bunch of pups
The pup below is very porcine-like! It was born first and is already the largest. It seems to have a very mild nature because it doesn't always force its way over the others to the milk bar. The one smaller black pup with white feet is very outgoing and its eyes are almost completely open
I'm linking my post today to Saturday Critters with Eileen. Do pop over to her blog and see the many critters on her blog as well as others from all over the world. You can click here
I'm still having Internet issues (read : slow ) and although I read many of your blogs, when I try to post a comment, the server bombs out. Grrr.
Other than that I'm having a wonderful weekend in beautiful - albeit dry - Tanzania and wish you the same wherever you are.