Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Image Worth Repeating

Wikipedia definition of dik-dik: Dik-diks, named for the sound they make when alarmed, are small antelopes of the Genus Madoqua that live in the bush of southern and eastern Africa. Dik-diks stand 30–40 cm at the shoulder and weigh 3–5 kg.

They are also good on a stick. Above "photo" created by The Bucce.


Linda said...

Wow, for a minute I thought my browser was bringing up an old page from the cache.

Please don't cook any poor little dik-diks! They look so helpless.

Marie Javins said...

Don't be fooled. The dik-dik's sweet exterior hides a vicious, Marie-eating beast.