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Don't put things into my mouth!

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Don't put things into my mouth!



Putting things into the mouth would not be so bad as putting words! Putting words is to tell someone what you think they mean or want to say and that could spell trouble! At least, with things, you could just spit it out!

Yes, I am wondering...

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What is it doing here?



The dog, being a domesticated form of the grey wolf is a carnivore . A squirrel which feeds on a wide variety of plant food such as nuts, seeds, conifer cones, fruits, fungi and green vegetation is more of a rodent. Some squirrels do however consume meat when faced with hunger. They have been known to eat insects, eggs, small birds, smaller rodents and even young snakes. So, perhaps, that's why that squirrel is with that dog!

Animal Talk: A whopping Bill

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Ikan Patin or silver catfish (inset) was in the limelight in Malaysia and why not, a group of 50 customers having the fish for lunch in a restaurant in Temerloh, Pahang, was slapped with a whopping RM13,000 bill! - that comes to about RM 260 each. Ikan patin is usually cooked with fermented durian, known locally as tempoyak in a dish called gulai tempoyak or fermented durian curry. The price of the durian is not expensive by itself, but ikan patin can cost as much as RM200 or RM250 per kg especially if it is Patin muncung, which by far, is the most expensive variety. Ikan patin reared in cages in the river, being sold at about RM13 to RM15 per kg , is relatively cheaper compared to the wild variety. But the news of the whopping lunch bill shocked many since it is said that when cooked with tempoyak, the fish should just cost RM7 to RM12. I suppose it is not that one put a whole big fish weighing hundreds of kilos into the dish.

We are just playing dead!

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We are just playing dead!Sometimes, one has to play dead to stay alive!

I say 'Eat'.

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I say 'Eat'.
'Eat' is to to take food into the body by the mouth. Believe me, sometimes, it is not easy!