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Bought some really fine grade silica sand, aquarium grade. Looks like pure silica to me, must be inert to be safe for aquariums so I'll see how we go.
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ironjaws wrote:That crater cake looks delicious!As soon as I saw the cake I was thinking the same thing The plants look great! Love the pings
Heen is just a cutie. Your alba capensis are looking great, as are your pings. I love your updates, they are incredibly entertaining and super clever! Take care, Grey!
bvalente wrote:I love hedgehogs! ...These are wild hedgehogs that visit our garden, but you can acquire pygmy varieties... they are so adorable. Hedgehogs here in the UK are actually endangered, so it's a real joy to have so many visiting our garden on a regular basis. We know for a fact we have at least four individuals (as the photo shows), but it's possible we may have as many as five or six as the sizes vary between all of them... although with such a bountiful cat bowl of biscuits, the youngsters must be growing very quickly.
katya_dog1 wrote:Hedgehogs. ...Oh bless you, I bet that was a wonderful experience. I'm sorry to read about the other baby, but by rescuing two you did do a fantastic job. My mother once found a baby chaffinch lying on the ground at her workplace so she brought him home; we called around and found a wildlife rehabilitation facility somewhat locally and sent him there. Unfortunately he didn't make it, but such is the nature of baby wildlife. We have some photos, I named him "Chirpy"... he looked like a grumpy man.
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