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2010-09-12 10:37:00
Thankyou for your kind words Connie, but I thought that you went about things here in a kind manner as well... :)
2010-09-12 04:58:09
Maybe so, but you were more helpful by providing the e-mail address...and more polite ;-)
2010-09-11 16:51:31
You beat me to it, Connie... :)
2010-09-11 16:50:53
d9, I am very sorry this has happened to you. This shouldn't be going on. You should voice your concerns to Pixdaus and send them an email stating what you have said here to us. The email address for Pixdaus is pixdaus@environmentalgraffiti.com I hope that they will be of help and get you back where you want to be vote, picture and comment wise. Take care... :)
2010-09-11 16:47:05
You should contact Pixdaus to sort it out for you.
2010-09-11 16:41:39
Yes, but only cherry trees. Do you know why elephants have pink eyes? (no) So they can hide in cherry trees. Have you ever seen an elephant hiding in a cherry tree? (no) They hide pretty good, don't they?
2010-09-11 16:36:55
I'm sorry that should have read "whoever" instead of "however".
2010-09-10 11:35:51
"... in fact many elephants build and use nests such as these, not as places to hatch their eggs or because they fear predators..." Yep! This is a rare photo of the little-known species known as The Agile Tree Elephant. When they climb back down to earth they lay those eggs on floating nests on the river... (^^,)
2010-09-10 04:52:09
d9, I was wondering....do elephants climb trees?
2010-09-10 04:07:27
Elephants don't climb trees!
2010-09-10 04:07:06
Elephants don't climb trees!
2010-09-10 04:07:01
Elephants don't climb trees!
2010-09-10 04:06:56
Elephants don't climb trees!
2010-09-10 04:06:52
Elephants don't climb trees!
2010-09-10 03:28:08
Some people will think this is photoshopped, but in fact many elephants build and use nests such as these, not as places to hatch their eggs or because they fear predators, but because they enjoy the cooler temperatures and breezes that result from being raised above the sun-baked floor of the veldt, especially at night.