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Spot the Bird: horned edition

spotthebirdlogocopyIt’s Spot the Bird without a bird.  No clues, except that it’s all elbows.  Answer below the fold.hiding



Adult Desert Horned Lizard (Phrynosoma platyrhinos) hiding under a shrub, Joshua Tree National Park (photos A.Shock March 2013)


Posted by Allison on Mar 27th 2013 08:52 pm | One Comment
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One Response to “Spot the Bird: horned edition”

  1. Still at it | Kate McKinnonon 28 Mar 2013 at 8:31 am link comment

    […] Here, distract your own self with this amazing Sea Dragon from Barbara Briggs, a combination of the excellence of lizards, the elegance of bees (taken to a Fullerish hexagonal situation) and an evolution of the Golden-Horned Sea Serpent, from the book. STUNNING. I want to add a tiny row of horns, but that is only because I was just admiring a Horned Lizard posted by Allison Shock. […]

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