They want me to put something in here.
Toque Owls swoop down on hikers + pull small strands of yarn from their sweaters which they use to make warm hats
Excuse me, can I use your toaster?
Abandoned by their former geek owners Dogwoks roam BC forests dress as cute characters from sci-fi films
Canada's giant Marmots often take in children of hikers killed by Sabretoothed squirrels until they're rescued
TogueBunnies are found all over Canada, They have symbiotic bond with humans; Safety in exchange for warm hats
A Catram in full attack mode. Not so cute and fluffy are they?
Vaudeville Cats, found backstage at Canadian theatres. Known slapstick +doing sand dances in their litter boxes
Windhounds try and attract mates by standing in breezy locations to get the best windswept look.
Cantaleaf owls, only flightless owl in the coastal rainforest. Believed to be delicious
Liondogs, used by hikers to defend against sabretoothed squirrels, owldeer and catrams.
New breed of giraffe. Pocket giraffes bred so the species survives higher temperatures + dwindling food sources
Another creature of the forest. SonarCats are alert for the cries of SopranoBunnies, their favourite prey.
HiBears pose a danger to BC hikers Bears waiving distracts them allowing sabretoothed squirrels to drop on them
Falloff mountain goats-very rare in BC rainforests The long hair gets in their eyes + they fall to their deaths.
SopranoBunnies, one of the rarest of rainforests creatures. Known for their distinctive cry when danger is near.
I fear for the children of this land and what Canada will be like after Harper #DenounceHarper
Catrams, roam our local forests too. Their horn's protect them from sabretoothed squirrels and
Not my photo but fun.
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