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Saturday, May 23, 2009

Turtle Friend

When I went out today, I saw this turtle walking towards our house. This turtle is our frequent visitor and we feed him almost everyday. We live inside the National Park so, animals are just around us. This turtle is harmless so, I am okay about this. This Park has wide area of marsh so, turtles are just everywhere. The gators though, not in our area. If we travel 3 minutes, then, the gators are there. I only saw one though.


  1. Wow, its a good feeling to treat the animals this way like we co-exist with them and they're part of the same world we're living in. Better that gators are not in your area.. :)
    This visitor needs to be treated special. I, too, have encountered Maya bird landed in my hand, right inside my house, :)

  2. woi as in? hahhaha....ka cute...pwede ngayo ko ug turtle..ako buhion...ahahaha!

  3. wowow
    meron kanang nature frend..hehe

  4. I love animals.. kinda cute to see the turtle :)
    Why don't you grab one and take it home with you, Amy? :D

  5. Cute! You feed him? No wonder he comes back, Kung ako rin eh, hehe! Careful lang, salmonella!

  6. last time i used to have a baby turtle and then when it has grown up, we let it go to a big lake where the other turtles are....

  7. hahhahha...ka cute gud ana amz....


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