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June 9th 2016 - Leopards and Spitting Part II

Post 61

Prof Animal Chaos.C.E.O..err! C.E.Idiot of H2G2 Fools Guild (Official).... A recipient of S.F.L and S.S.J.A.D.D...plus...S.N.A.F.U.

how about a thread with no clothes on smiley - ermthreadbare smiley - groan


June 9th 2016 - Leopards and Spitting Part II

Post 62

paulh, scolding the squirrels in the park

I can barely keep from laughing at that.


June 9th 2016 - Leopards and Spitting Part II

Post 63

Jackruss a Grand Master of Tea and Toast, Keeper of the comfy chair, who is spending a year dead for tax reasons! DNA!

i can. smiley - rofl


June 9th 2016 - Leopards and Spitting Part II

Post 64

paulh, scolding the squirrels in the park

Is that related more closely to leopards or spitting? smiley - huh


June 9th 2016 - Leopards and Spitting Part II

Post 65

Jackruss a Grand Master of Tea and Toast, Keeper of the comfy chair, who is spending a year dead for tax reasons! DNA!

who knows babe smiley - biggrin


June 9th 2016 - Leopards and Spitting Part II

Post 66

paulh, scolding the squirrels in the park

" Leopards are solitary animals and often avoid one another except for mating or if they have cubs. Males typically have larger range territory and females have less, which sometimes overlaps into another males territory. They have a good sense of smell and have many means of marking their territory when needed. They also communicate through many different ways of hissing, roaring, coughing, and spitting."
http://hannahje.blogspot.com/

So, male leopards do spit. smiley - bigeyes


June 9th 2016 - Leopards and Spitting Part II

Post 67

Prof Animal Chaos.C.E.O..err! C.E.Idiot of H2G2 Fools Guild (Official).... A recipient of S.F.L and S.S.J.A.D.D...plus...S.N.A.F.U.

smiley - sadfacemy ex was a cheetah smiley - winkeye


June 9th 2016 - Leopards and Spitting Part II

Post 68

paulh, scolding the squirrels in the park

Maybe she was the missing lynx.


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