…that’s all 🙂
…that’s all 🙂
Since it was a tie for the next article poll, I decided, let’s just do both. So first up are the world’s strangest flowers, half of which you wouldn’t want to stop and sniff.
Hello and welcome to the last part of the most unique birds of the world! Today we finish off with five very diverse birds, spanning all across the globe. So let’s start off with one of my favorites and Guatemala’s national bird;
Happy Saturday again and welcome to part 4 of the world’s most unique birds! Today we have lots of familiar birds, as a matter of fact most of them come from the states. so first up is this blue gem found among the mountainous states;
Happy Saturday all and welcome to another part of the most unique birds of the world. And no, I’m not really up this early, I set it to auto-post last night, so I hope it works! First up we start with what I think is the most interesting shaped bird there is;
Happy April everyone! Here’s some things to look forward to this month:
– Three more parts of Most Unique Birds
– April-themes polls
– Easter pictures and celebration
– More hair clips
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Here’s a cute sequence of a coyote with a dog toy!
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Happy Saturday again and welcome to another part of the most unique birds in the world. Today the birds are even more exotic: