Jeremy’s Snake

Here is a snake that Jay made out of clay. It is his 3rd masterpiece…

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Some men get all the luck…
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The snake is about 90 centimeters (3 feet) long.

Trivia: The snake is called “hebi” in Japanese (pronunciation: “hebbie,” kind of like “Debbie”).

ヘビ>蛇>Hebi

🐻Animal Award😺

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I was nominated on May 23rd, 2019. That makes 3 awards in one week!

I was nominated the Animal Award by Newblogger20!!! Thank you so much, Newblogger20! Please follow her blog: newblogger20.com!!!

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THE RULES:

  1. Thank the blogger who nominated you.
  2. Answer the questions given.
  3. Nominate 3 or more bloggers.
  4. Tell your nominees the good news.
  5. Make up some of your own questions about animals.
  6. Pet your animal. (I don’t have a pet, so I petted my brother. 🙂 )

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QUESTIONS FROM NEWBLOGGER20:

1.What animal are you scared of?

I am not ashamed to say that I am dreadfully afraid of the centipede. One of the reasons why I don’t like summer, is the invasion of centipedes in the house, and of course the heat. First of all their appearance is very frightening, and they sting (I’ve never been stung by one of those… not yet anyway… 😨).

2.What’s an animal you love?

CENTIPEDES!!… No, what am I saying?? I really love the cat, especially kittens. I also love bears. Why? Well, I think they are kind of cute. I like the picture above, do you?

3.What’s an animal you would like to see in real life?

Ah, yes, the brachiosaurus. I would like to see the brachiosaurus (or any other dinosaur, excluding the spinosaurus, T-Rex, “Indominus Rex,” and “Indoraptor”…) with my own eyes. Also, seeing a mosasaur or a megalodon in the sea would be awesome, as long as I’m not in the sea…

4.What’s an animal you would NOT like to see in real life?

As I mentioned before, I would NOT like to see a spinosaurus, a T-Rex, an “I-Rex,” or an “Indoraptor” (The dinosaurs in quotation marks are fictional, they will never be seen alive by any human eyes… boy, what a relief.) But what am I doing talking about extinct (well, most likely extinct, but I’m not sure about that…) animals? To be more realistic, I DON’T WANT to see a 20-foot long centipede, I can tell you that!!!

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MY NOMINEES ARE

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QUESTIONS FOR MY NOMINEES CONCERNING ANIMALS…

  1. Let’s say that you are suddenly face to face with a wild lion. What’s the best thing you can do in that situation?🦁
  2. I must say that this is a little gruesome, but what’s your favorite animal TO EAT?🐷
  3. If you could be an animal in a world of anthropomorphic animals, what animal would you like to be?🐻
  4. Would you exchange your 2018 diary for 5,000 chickens?🐓

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That’s all for now, folks! I would like to say another “Thank you!” to Newblogger20 for nominating me for this fun Animal Award!

Have fun, my dear nominees!

Mataneh (See you again), everybody!

Adios, amigos!

See you later, alligator! 🐊

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Way Cool! A Real, Live Giant Squid

The giant squid is one of my favorite sea creatures. Our God is a marvelous Creator! Watch this video from Lee Duigon’s blog!!

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Mr. Nature here–with something almost never seen by human beings: a giant squid.

Well, maybe not the 40- or 50-footers that sometimes wash up, much the worse for wear, on stony shores; but big enough to wow the crowd of people who saw it in Toyama Bay in central Japan.

What was it doing in such shallow water, so close to land? Who volunteered to go down there with a camera and film it under water? (Jules Verne would have definitely advised him not to!) There isn’t much information to go along with the video.

I suspect this poor animal is sick, too weak to keep the tide from washing him inshore, too distressed to react to human beings. Healthy squid are extremely vigorous, with extremely healthy appetites. I do love calamari rings, but there’s a limit to how much risk I’d take, to get them.

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DANGER⚠MAMUSHI!🐍

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Eeek!!!

The mamushi (Gloydius blomhoffii) is the most dangerous snake in Japan. Approximately 2,000~3,000 people get bitten by these snakes, and approximately 10 people die every year because of the snakes’ venom. (See Wikipedia)

The mamushi is also called the Japanese pit viper.

The color of these snakes are mostly brown, and they have diamond shaped heads. We have these snakes around the neighborhood in warm seasons. We’d better be careful!

The Okinawan habu, from Okinawa, is also very dangerous. This snake and the mamushi are the most venomous snakes in Japan. (Other snakes include the yamakagashi, himehabu, etc.)

Thanks for reading, and “habu” a nice day! 🙂 🐍

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