Still in Loreto
Our first walk of the day was to the Marina which is a very nice walk along the harbor amongst with several large bronze statues; a Whale Shark and several Sea Lions, lines of fishing boats and dozens of Pelicans, Boobies, Gulls and terns taking advantage of the easy capture of fish in shallow waters. Nickel was absolutely engaged with the Pelicans as they plummeted and crashed into the water. I was worried at one point she might just follow a few into the bay. Once again we were met by people asking questions about the dogs and children wanting to say hello. Of course this was Eureka’s favorite part.
Later, the poodles and I scavenged along the shore north of Loreto and came up with some interesting creatures (at least parts of them) to research. I thought it would be fun to post pictures and let you guess what they might be. This might be too much for the squeamish so be forewarned.
We’ll call the game…..
¿Que Es Esto(a)….. What is This?
Hints will be given as you go down the page and answer will be posted the following day.
¿QUE ES ESTA? This is my pelvis. The poodles have decided this is the best thing on the beach to eat. Their mom says it’s a good source of mucopolysaccharides, proteins, collagen, calcium, suffer, glucosamine and chondroitin. Who cares. The poodles say it tastes Grrrr-8!
What’s your guess?
You might have thought I was a shark but you’re wrong. This is my tail.
Think you know????
Nope, not a funny mask but that is my mouth.