This week I’ve decided to give you a mystery object that has its skin and fur, so in theory it should be really easy to work out what it is. In theory.
Any idea what species this adorable little critter belongs to?
As usual you can put your thoughts, questions and suggestions in the comments section below. If you find this too easy then maybe you can try to find a cleverly cryptic way to let me know.
This week I have a lovely, but perhaps an easy skull for you to identfy from the
Cryptic clues on what you think this is please, let’s see what creative gems you can come up with!
On Friday I gave you a bit of a tricky mystery object:
Jackashby spotted that the skull is from a bat and Rob Hinkley did a bit of research while on a trip to the Horniman and was able to identify what the specimen is labelled as. Apparently it’s a Continue reading
December 12, 2011
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