2020年06月10日

AMAZING

Hi bloggers it's a dull grey rainy day in London, but the rain is really needed, I'm pleased as the plants and trees are all looking lifeless.
This week marks the 150 year anniversary of the famous English novelist Charles Dickens who was an English writer and social critic.  He created some of the world's best-known fictional characters and is regarded by many as the greatest novelist of the Victorian era.  His works were hugely popular during his lifetime, and he is still today recognised as a literary genius.  His novels and short stories are still widely read today.

His childhood was very difficult and he worked in a factory when his father was imprisoned for debt.  Despite his lack of formal education, he wrote many novels and short stories.   He campaigned vigorously for children's rights, education, and other social reforms.   His works are still widely read today quite a remarkable man.

As I've said before animals always bring me great pleasure and I was amazed when I saw a photo of a bird called the Australian fairy wren. Research has revealed that the male fairy wrens sing to their eggs, when the chicks hatch they can recognise their parents unique song. Truly a magical little bird.

Another amazing animal I discovered is a cat called the sand cat.  It is also known as the sand dune cat.  It lives in deserts it is a very small cat and it has hair long hair that covers its paws and protects them from the desert heat.  So many amazing animals.

Bloggers have a good week over and out London.

Descriptionalso known as the sand dune cat, is a small wild cat living in sandy and stony deserts far from water sources. With its sandy to light grey fur, it is well camouflaged in a desert environment. Its head-and-body length ranges from 39–52 cm with a 23–31 cm long tail.Wikipediaa small wildcatliving in sandy and stonydesertsfar from water sources. With its sandy to light grey fur, it is well camouflaged in a desert environment. Its head-and-body length ranges from 39–52 cm (15–20 in) with a 23–31 cm (9.1–12.2 in) long tail. Its 5–7 cm (2.0–2.8 in) long ears are set low on the sides of the head, aiding detection of prey moving underground. The long hair covering the soles of its feet insulate its foot pads against the extremely hot and cold temperatures in

Descriptiosand cat, also known as the sand dune cat, is a small wild cat living in sandy and stony deserts far from water sources. With its sandy to light grey fur, it is well camouflaged in a desert environment. Its head-and-body length ranges from 39–52 cm with a 23–31 cm long tail.Wikipediao known as the sand dune cat, is a small wildcatliving in sandy and stonydesertsfar from water sources. With its sandy to light grey fur, it is well camouflaged in a desert environment. Its head-and-body length ranges from 39–52 cm (15–20 in) with a 23–31 cm (9.1–12.2 in) long tail. Its 5–7 cm (2.0–2.8 in) long ears are set low on the sides of the head, aiding detection of prey moving underground. The long hair covering the soles of its feet insulate its foot pads against the extremely holiving in sandy and stonydesertsfar from water sources. With its sandy to light grey fur, it is well camouflaged in a desert environment. Its head-and-body length ranges from 39–52 cm (15–20 in) with a 23–31 cm (9.1–12.2 in) long tail. Its 5–7 cm (2.0–2.8 in) long ears are set low on the sides of the head, aiding detection of prey moving underground. The long hair covering the soles of its feet insulate its foot pads against the extremely hot and cold temperatures in











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