Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Jungle life.

Aunt sent us (Ma included) an email about this 15-foot Eastern Diamondback rattle snake found just south of Jacksonville. Ma sent Aunt this naughty reply:


"In several parts of the Philippines last year, reports were made about large pythons being found on places thickly inhabited by people. This appeared abnormal since these animals are usually found in forests, near creeks, or in areas where their habitat is not disturbed.


In fact there was one big snake about two meters long just outside the halls of congress. So, a joke even went circulating around that probably the snake was looking for his relatives. And then someone remarked, " is it not that the tenants there are not snakes but crocodiles?"

opssss... lol

4 comments:

buday said...

Oh yes, the original crocodile farm, where old crocodiles send their young to train in crocodile ways. Hahaha. After Ondoy hit the Philippines, there were some croc sighting in the city. Some said they escaped from a crocodile farm. The farm denied this and said all their crocs could be accounted for.
People then started saying, maybe we should instead conduct a roll call in Congress, just to be sure, hehe.

Whitemist said...

I like that view, "not snakes, but crocodiles". make me think!

Droomvla said...

@buday: HAHAHAHAHA croc roll call in Congress! Now, that would be fun! LOL

Droomvla said...

@Whitemist: let me guess, makes you think of Crocodile Dundee? lol