What do you see in this picture?
Maybe a RABBI
Maybe a DOC
Is it REALLY an optical illusion?
Or does it just LOOK like one???
Nah, Mike. THIS ...
.... is an optical illusion.
A rabbit. First look.
So now that I told you it looks like a rabbit to me...Does that mean I am psychologically dangerous and should be lobotomized? Or, am I deeply romantic, serene, and caring?
I can see both a duck and a rabbit.
Either one would probably be tasty, I first saw a duck....
Albatross but now I can't "unsee" the rabbit.
Originally posted by steve davis
Although I can also see a rabbit, Cormorant was my first thought.
Around here some incorrectly call our cormorant a sh*tpote or shag.
Edited by - steve davis on 12/02/2019 16:04:47
Could be a ..harey duck......
Edited by - figmo59 on 12/02/2019 16:23:05
Bill Rogers (Moderator)
A duckit. Saw the duck first.
I'll have to let you know. I'm still having trouble deciding if it is pink or if it is blue.
I saw the bird first. After a while I saw the rabbit. It is called a rabird. Very rare indeed. Possibly related to a snipe.
Originally posted by dflowers
.... It is called a rabird. Very rare indeed. Possibly related to a snipe.
...or maybe a "skvader"
...related to the common snipe genetically or by virtue of its rareness?
Edited by - Owen on 12/04/2019 14:22:38
Owen. You are on to something here. I did not know of this breed. You must have many more instances of rare animal type. I know Mike Gregory and Fig know of things like this.
I was a young(ish) adult (?) before I ever heard of a Jackalope.... there was a stuffed/mounted one in the curling rink in the town where I worked. Since then, with the benefit of the all-knowing Google, I find out, though in absolute numbers they are relatively rare, their range is quite widespread.
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