Someone Called Me Lazy Today, I Almost Replied.

california-sea-lions

F/9.0, 1/125, ISO 100.

California Sea Lions

Why do seals swim in salt water?

Because pepper water makes them sneeze!

Interesting Fact: These pinnipeds live along the rocky Pacific Ocean coastlines of western North America. Huge colonies can be seen gathered on seaside rocks, and even on man-made structures, for breeding and for birthing. Males gather harems of females to their sides in competition to sire young pups, which are born on land. ( http://www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/c/california-sea-lion/ )

 

 

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Relax, It’s The Weekend!

Red Panda

F/5.6, 1/40, ISO 1600.

I have to say this Red Panda has the right idea, lay down and enjoy yourself after a hard week of work.  Although, I don’t think you should use the tree, it might be a little bit uncomfortable.  But after all, weekend is here, go grab yourself a beer! I almost forgot, this is a Red Panda from Central Park Zoo, it’s so cute I would like to take it home. Enjoy the weekend and the photo.

 

Interesting Fact:  Although the red panda is sometimes called the lesser panda, it is actually the original panda. Westerners discovered it in 1825, nearly 50 years before the giant panda.  ( http://www.centralparkzoo.com/animals-and-exhibits/animals/mammals/red-panda.aspx )