Post by Dr. Maneep Pamplemousse on Apr 4, 2014 8:26:13 GMT -8
I might be a pip and see if I can embed/hotlink to them in a post later today. Technically, the pictures can only be viewed by my friends, but I think I used a direct link in here before and you were able to view them, so it might be worth a small extra effort.
If I get the will to do it, is there an image sharing service that people would recommend over others?
Post by Dr. Maneep Pamplemousse on Apr 5, 2014 16:46:35 GMT -8
I couldn't get any good pictures of them, but we spotted mongoose in with one of the monkeys and in with the jackal as well. There was one feral cat spotted as well, but he decided to poop as soon as I tried to take a picture. Didn't think anyone wanted to see that picture.
Post by Dr. Maneep Pamplemousse on Apr 5, 2014 17:38:17 GMT -8
They have ground squirrels that look something like a cross between a regular grey or red squirrel and the chipmunk-y ground squirrels in the desert southwest of the US. But they weren't all that common.
By far, the most common animals seen (by number) were rock pigeons, feral dogs, buffalo/cattle, and probably the kites which were ALWAYS visible circling above in significant numbers, no matter where we were.
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