Saturday, May 29, 2010

Long Tails or No Tails

I would like to see a streaked tenrec in real life. Maybe it would like some ramen too.

Greater gliders can be quite a variety of colors. These skates are the kind that I used to have to rent at the roller rink!

A slow loris with a ramune soda. I wonder if she knows how to get the marble out.

This is a green ringtail possum. She has a tomato, but it might be for throwing at bad comedians instead of eating.

Scaly-tailed squirrels are an odd bunch. I couldn't find much information about them. No one is quite sure where they fit in relation to other mammals. This is a Lord Derby's scaly-tailed squirrel with a forkful of salad.

Saturday, May 22, 2010

Food by the slice!

It's tea party time with the pygmy beaked whale. She's made some watercress sandwiches.

A honey possum and the tiniest pizza slice.

A marsupial mole is glad to see a cucumber slice.

Here's a degu, another slightly obscure rodent species. She has a taquito with guacamole.

I like pumpkin pie as much as this prehensile-tailed porcupine does.

Monday, May 17, 2010

Five Epicures

OK, this hairy-nosed wombat is not drinking a beer! It's an Orange Julius, in a glass. All of my mammals are teetotalers.

This is a spotted bat with a spoonful of Cheerios. The spots are on the bat's back, by the way.

Amazonian manatees have white patches on their undersides sometimes. The one here likes eating fishsticks.

Kinabalu ferret badgers aren't seen much in art, are they? They're cute Bornean badgers (not ferrets). She might share her waffle with you.

Who doesn't like a good numbat? This one has an onigiri, they only food that was suggested to me.

Tuesday, May 04, 2010

Ingest that food!

A pudding-holding spotted hyena. Pudding is always better with whipped cream and a cherry!

Hippos like to eat plates of peas.

This is a pocket gopher with an anpan (Japanese bun with red bean paste). I don't know if she likes it or not.

Sushi tarsier! Another animal that just doesn't look right with tiny eyes, since their eyes are usually giant.

A long-eared jerboa is about to eat a cheese doodle.