Sunday, September 26, 2010

For Animal Lovers

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Excercise Anyone?



Dynamic Duo (Pig and Monkey)



Seal Steals



Dancing Parrots


28 comments:

  1. So now I know what is meant by "Kurangu pidi" (Monkey latch)...

    Of course the monkey seems to be enjoying the ride, but how about the poor pig?

    Does he speak monkey lang to even communicate that he is too heavy and has to get off him?!

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  2. Lovely videos, SG!The pig did its best to get rid of the monkey, going through the narrow fence etc. Nijamaave kurangu pidithaan, as NRIGirl says!

    Loved all the three videos, thank you, SG!

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  3. Hi...nice videos...thank you for sharing...

    I wonder why the monkey was holding onto the pig like that...

    I liked the dancing parrots!

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  4. poor pig was just not able to get rid of the monkey, I enjoyed all the videos :) thanks for sharing

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  5. nice videos..pig and monkey one was very amusing :) I have seen the parrot one earlier, but the remaining three I saw for the first time..nice ones..

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  6. Monkey enjoyed PIG RIDE Hahaha

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  7. Poor pig! I loved the video. The monkey is adamant not to get off the pig.

    The parrots...I get reminded of a new I read. Somewhere in England I guess.

    A parrot whose wing was damaged somehow got itself perched on a tall tree and could not get off. The pet's owner did everything to bring the parrot down. Took help of paramedics who took about 8 hours to got the parrot down.

    The parrot was not happy to be left there alone for 8+ hours. As soon as a paramedic brought the parrot down, that fella abused the paramedic by uttering the F word

    :-| So much for the help!!

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  8. fun videos.. nice start to a monday morning ;-)

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  9. Thanks for your comments NRIGirl. Yes we saw first hand what kurangu pidi means.

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  10. Thanks for your comments Sandhya. I am glad you enjoyed these video clips.

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  11. Thanks for your comments Aparna. I am glad you enjoyed the video clips. Probably the monkey liked the pig a lot.

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  12. Thanks for your comments Shuchita. I am glad you liked the video clips.

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  13. Thanks for your comments Neha. I am glad you liked these clips. Pig and Monkey are dynamic duo.

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  14. Thanks for your comments A. Is this what they call "piggy back ride"?

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  15. Thanks for your comments Insignia. You are right. That money was pretty adament. Your parrot story is excellent. Why didn't you tell me earlier? I would have added a few funny lines in the post. Of course, I would have given credit to you also.

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  16. Thanks for your comments Bedazzled. I am glad you liked these video clips.

    Hope you get endhiran tickets soon.

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  17. Enjoyed the videos. I love such videos.Thanks for sharing.

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  18. I will have to come back and watch the videos. Right now in a rush.

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  19. I so want that marmalade cat. Typical behaviour, I love the intelligence of cats.

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  20. Thanks for your comments Rama. I am glad you enjoyed these video clips.

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  21. Thanks for your comments Kiran. Please come back and view these video clips.

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  22. Thanks for your comments Tracy. Cats are very intellegent.

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  23. Thanks for your comments SM. I am glad you liked these video clips.

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  24. @ SG, i like the cat's video the best.It seemed so intelligent,and curious to explore .

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  25. Nice one, it reminded me of Pet show in Sea world:)

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  26. Thanks for your comments Raji. Cats are very intellegent.

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  27. Thanks for your comments Samvedna. I am glad you liked these video clips.

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