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   xoxoxoBruce  Wednesday Jan 10 09:42 PM

Jan 11th, 2018: Snow Leopard

Hi goats, smile for Ingar Vandyke world famous photographer, she’ll make you famous too.
Pay no attention to the hungry Snow Leopard.


newtimer  Thursday Jan 11 12:43 AM

Ah, there he is. The problem is that many things in this photo look like faces: the clump of grass in the top center looks like a grinning troll with spiky hair; the black dot on the far right looks like the eye of a black bear poking his head out of the cliff.

mrputter  Thursday Jan 11 12:53 AM

Oh, man. That took me a much longer time than I'd care to admit.

I can only imagine that in their situation, I'd be an easy lunch.

Carruthers  Thursday Jan 11 03:54 AM

I can't see a Snow Leopard, but I have spotted about twenty Porcupines in the picture.

glatt  Thursday Jan 11 08:14 AM

I would be dead. Finally found him, but only because you told me he was there. Obviously the goats have no idea either.

Flint  Thursday Jan 11 12:05 PM

Yep, I'm dead.

This reminds me of the scene in LoTR when Sam and Frodo are right in front of the black gates, and they fall to the ground and throw an elven blanket over themselves and become "invisible" against the rocks.

Diaphone Jim  Thursday Jan 11 12:08 PM

Still looking for it, but I found the six cottonmouths.

xoxoxoBruce  Thursday Jan 11 12:35 PM

Can't find the cat? Can't eat, or sleep, or orgasm? Relief is here.

Diaphone Jim  Thursday Jan 11 12:38 PM

Like giving away the Sunday Puzzle!

Gravdigr  Thursday Jan 11 01:47 PM

I remember seeing this pic before, and I found the snowkitteh. But, damned if I can find him now. I seem to remember its head and ears peeking above a rock, with part of the tail visible behind?

Gravdigr  Thursday Jan 11 01:49 PM


I just saw the "relief is here" link.

fargon  Thursday Jan 11 02:22 PM

Thanks Bruce.

captainhook455  Thursday Jan 11 02:53 PM

Yup this was a good one.

Rhianne  Thursday Jan 11 03:41 PM

Apologies for my pedantry (again), but I think those are sheep, not goats.

As a handy tip, ignore general appearance and remember that sheep's tails hang down while goat's point upwards (don't you people watch QI?)

My guess is that argali is what the leopard is having for lunch.

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