What is it?
#31
Haha, I'm a compulsive problem solver and a nature nerd. I just couldn't stop trying to figure it out. It was the legs, six so likely an insect and shaped like a grasshopper specially those arched spring loaded feet. Then I thought if it was, it must be dead to be laid out like that. Wow what an unusual little creature ! First up it reminded me of a fictitious creature I had seen in a movie that Wil Smith was in. An alien craft had crashed in the desert and he was dragging it back for research LOL
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#32
Well, it isn't that far from Area 51! Big Grin
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#33
This is great fun!
Gotta love 'em.
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#34
Well, I have some proof that the deer really do lay at the edge of the lawn in the long grass. 

Ok, the photo isn't all that good, taken through a window with a screen on and it was still a little dark out. BUT, if you close one eye and squint with the other eye, while lifting your left foot you might be able to make it out.  Tongue

   
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#35
What are they?


   
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#36
Are those baby turkeys?

I love the photo of the deer in the grass. That was the only one I guessed correctly.
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#37
It may be an indication of how bad my eye sight is, but I saw the deer immediately.

Our baby turkeys look different than your, but then, our turkey look different than yours.
Gotta love 'em.
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#38
Are they goslings, perhaps from native geese ?
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#39
Baby turkeys yes. We probably have close to 100 of them running around here.
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#40
What is it ? Few people have seen these in the wild but we have enjoyed the privilege. They live in a pristine stretch of waterway approx 10km/6ml from our home.


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