I do believe mom was slacking off on her Big World Assignment to Holland and Germany, and she is now slacking off on helping me post her Big World Report!
And the material she brought back for me is not up to par.
Bah, Bah, Black Sheep. Back in Holland, mom said these sheep wanted to be my friends. They look like they may be Suffolk Sheep. I like Sheep, so this is acceptable, I guess.
I think this might be a sort of Raven, but I am not sure. Ravens can sometimes be associated with scary spooky things like Halloween. He was sitting above a sign that said "Verboten", which means "Forbidden!"
I don't know if I really want him to be my friend....those claws look a bit ominous!
This is a European Magpie, and this is an interesting bird.
Did you know that the European Magpie is one of the few creatures in the world that can recognize itself in a mirror?? The only others animals that can, are all of the great apes, macaques, bottlenose dolphins, orcas, and elephants!
JB: This is it, mom?
Mom: It was really misty and rainy when I was on this Big World Assignment, so I was not able to get you very good pictures this time. I am sorry, JB! I only have one more installment of the Holland Big World Assignment after this, and it involves Bacon.
To be continued.....