Animals of the Marshall Islands: 2007-2014

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Animals of the Marshall Islands: 2007-2014

First crab on Gugeegue's beach

First crab on Gugeegue’s beach

Many flies on a hanging tree branch

Many flies on a hanging tree branch

Protective mother hen

Protective mother hen

Nestled in fabric, praying mantis settles

Nestled in fabric, praying mantis settles

Praying mantis on the ground

Praying mantis on the ground

2008-10 Praying Mantis on Gate (1) 2008-10 Praying Mantis on Gate (2) 2010-12 Hermit Crab 2010-12 Sow with her Piglet 2010-12 Spider Duo 2010-12 Yellow-bodied Spider 2011-1 Pretty Ocean Bird 2011-2 Golden Bug 2011-2 Hermit Crab in Coconut Husk 2011-2 Hermit Crab on Nene 2011-2 Hermit Crabs Teeming on Beach 2011-2 Nene Island Butterfly 2011-2 Red Crab 2011-2 Shell-with-hole Hermit Crab 2011-2 Snails Aplenty 2011-2 Vibrant Red Hermit Crab 2011-3 Gecko Peeking Out 2011-3 Mama Piggy 2011-3 Pretty Rooster 2011-3 Spider in a Hole 2011-4 Hermit Crabs Meeting 2011-4 Li'l Chick on Counter 2011-5 Protective Mother (1) 2011-5 Protective Mother (2) 2011-5 Sea Urchins from the Ocean 2011-5 Wet Hen on Clutch 2011-6 Hermit Crabs Under Window at Night (1) 2011-6 Hermit Crabs Under Window at Night (2) 2011-7 Caterpillar on Leaf 2011-7 Chicks 2011-7 Crab outside Home 2011-7 Fine Rooster 2011-7 Grasshopper 2011-7 Pig Eating Pandanus 2011-8 Chickens Foraging under Pandanus Tree 2011-8 Coconut Crab 2011-8 Hen in Breadfruit Tree 2011-8 Hermit Crab in Pipe Home 2011-8 Hermit Crabs at Night Outside Home 2011-8 Insect on Leaf 2011-8 Lizard Eggs Hatched 2011-8 Pig under Window 2011-8 Rooster in Breadfruit Tree 2011-9 Hens in a Row 2011-9 Lizard on Arm 2011-9 Nice Pig 2011-9 Piggy Visitor 2011-9 Spiders... 2011-9 Strange Creature... 2011-9 Sweet Pig Large Pig at KAHS

日本語もできるかな。。。

日本の公園は面白いとおもいます!アメリカのやつは全然違う。。。アメリカと日本の公園はどう違うですか?それは難しいですね。。。でも違う。

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American and Japanese parks differ in many ways although their basic functions are much the same. This park is pleasant. There’s a small pond with an island in the center and koi, dragonflies, cicadas, butterflies, frogs, and not so many people!

This is my first blog in Japanese too, what do you think?

Birds, Insects, Amphibians and Reptiles!

 

 

A bird walks to its next destination and a dragonfly perches atop a safe place.

A crow stands watch over its domain and a small frog escapes danger.

A long snake inches its way over a river crossing and a wee praying mantis clings to a wall.

A frog matures slowly and a duck sits majestically.