During the time we lived in Costa Rica, I had the opportunity to observe and photograph so many beautiful and interesting animals and insects. During our own Spring here in the US, they are going through the hot, humid season that precedes the rainy months in CR, when things are washed down and made ready for the renewal that comes for them during our cold Winter months. During this hot time the natural fruits and vegetation that many of the animals feed on becomes very sparse. They get really resourceful in order to survive. This Capuchin monkey was using a piece of bark shredded from a cut tree to dig around inside for the termite delicacy he dined on. A lot of work for a small reward. We could learn a lot by looking more closely at this world’s original inahbitants.
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Hi guys! Well, I decided to join the competition over at Linda Hill’s place and submit an entry for this year’s new One Liner Wednesday badge. The deadline for entries is Sunday, May 20; so if you want to make an entry, just follow the link and read the rules. The voting will follow next week. I hope you like my entry enough to cast a vote my way and answer my little buddy’s prayer to represent this inspiring and fun weekly prompt. At least I think that’s what he’s praying for. It’s either that…or bananas! 🙊🙈
PS This little guy kept me company nearly every day during our life in the little jungle house in Costa Rica. He had one mutilated finger from a run-in with a live wire and I always knew him that way. I miss these guys….