Return Of The Wooly Mammoths To Maryland

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30 Responses to Return Of The Wooly Mammoths To Maryland

  1. Gail Combs says:

    Better two dogs playing chase in the snow than a lamb and a goat kid playing chase in the kitchen because it is too darn nasty to take them out side for exercise.

    • nielszoo says:

      I thought we were bad when we kept a 9 month old pot belly in the kitchen for 3 months to get him over his abuse before we got him. Glad to see someone else as… ummm… unique(?) as my wife and I are.

    • Your hubby and you are taking this role playing a bit too far …

      • Gail Combs says:

        I already lost a goat kid and a lamb to this freezing weather. The 10F and snow is not so bad, it is the 33F sleet and freezing rain that kills. Without attentive moms to protect them, the abandoned will get kicked out of my run-in shelters.

        We do have an enclosed sheltered area I was putting the doeling in with the rest of the does and young kids but she will have none of it. She is now fast enough to scoot back out the door and getting too fast and too heavy to chase and catch. We have a play area for them that they spend the day in if it would ever quit raining and sleeting and snowing.

        The lamb is only about ten days old and the doeling has adopted him so it is simplest just to keep them together. If spring ever comes they are both outside for good. Then I will have to convince them they are not people.

  2. Theyouk says:

    Looks like they’re not having any fun at all…

  3. tgmccoy says:

    My Springer Rollie, lives for snow but here in NE Oregon we’ve had very little for the “abominable Snow Springer.”

  4. gator69 says:

    PETA called. You are now under investigation for Woolly Mammoth abuse. They were not amused.

  5. CR Carlson says:

    Those mammoths should keep the returning saber-toothed cats at bay. Whew!

  6. gator69 says:

    The “Cold War” isn’t over, and you are always trying to one-up the Russians…

    “Russia’s expansive arctic permafrost make it an ideal place to find the preserved remains of long extinct animals. Recently added to the list of discoveries is the relatively intact carcass of a baby woolly rhino from the Pleistocene epoch.

    Although perhaps not as common to hear about compared to woolly mammoths, according to the International Rhino Foundation, woolly rhino fossils and remains have been found in Europe and Asia. Like the mammoths, woolly rhinos were hunted by early humans as depicted in cave drawings in France.”

  7. AndyG55 says:

    Did you mean wooly marmots? 😉

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