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Thursday, October 18, 2007


These were also at the Arts & Crafts show.

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Old Wom Tigley said...

I've never seen these before at all, I think I've heard something mentioned about eating them somewhere but never give it much thought. I'm off to google them now and find out more.

Old Wom Tigley said...

Been to google... what a weird creature this is... thanks for drawing my attention to something so strange, how I've missed this I don't know

smilnsigh said...

Mmmm, I don't think they are quite as appealing, as the hawk. My badddd, I know. ,-)


Jilly said...

Why do they have caged animals and birds at an Arts and Crafts show? Don't quite understand this.

Lori said...

What interesting animals. I don't think I've ever seen one before. Their tails are very unusual.

lv2scpbk said...

Jilly, I think the game commission was just there this time trying to get donations to help animals and show some of the animals they rescue. Where they hold this one it is also at ride park that is set up all year round but open from (I believe) May to Oct.

JAM said...

I always though oppossums were cute, though my friends thought I was nuts. I still do, and hate to see them dead on the side of the road.

This is a cute family.

Helen said...

WOW... they are way bigger than any I have ever seen!

photowannabe said...

I hate seeing them in such a small cage and it does seem strange to have them at that venue but if it helps with the rescue then good for them.

GMG said...

Why in such small cages?
Your tree and water reflection is superb!

Kerri said...

Seeing 'possums' bring back some wonderful childhood memories for me! Whenever I was pretending to be asleep my father would say to me "are you playing possum"? I grew up in a rural area of West Virginia and didn't realize until later in life that 'possums' were really Opossums. I see these a LOT here in Virginia, at night and along the roads.

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