We quickly put it outside in the garden. E plucked a leaf for the grasshopper to eat, but it refused.
After looking at it closely, I found the answer why it didn't jump away. It had only 4 legs! The last 2 legs were plucked out! Poor creature!
|We took a picture with a busker|
|Some children putting raw meat onto the banana leaf, which was later wrapped and put into the "goat".|
|The children looking at the porcupine spine (quill)|
|The porcupines enjoying their meals. All of them had their back towards us. Maybe they were shy.|
|The hyena sniffing the "goat".|
|S sitting at the side this time. I asked him to hold on tight to side railing.|
|The seal clapping and catching the rings|
|Balancing a ball and shooting right into the net|
|The unpainted clay porcupine|
Scooping the cake mixture into the cups. A messy affair.
|Bottles of garbage enzyme ready to be filtered|
|Filtering the garbage enzyme solution from the vegetable dregs|
|Pouring it into a container|
|Good practice for hand-eye coordination|