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#16 Mar 9th, 2012, 14:53
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You were supposed to start a Delhi heritage thread Sagarneel, no?
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Originally Posted by sagarneel View Post I think the 'more' gives us room to share photos of any animal!!

Naveena: Does 'more' include humans too??
Most certainly, if the moderators don't have any objection! I think we behave more like 'wild animals', than the actual ones ! It is actually 'we' who belong to this forum ' Indian Wildlife and National Parks'! Hope nobody takes me seriously here and raise objections - guys, it's just a joke!
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Heritage sites of Delhi, Delhi Zoo life.... Sagar so many threads are pending.... You are not concentrating on your job now-a-days...it seems....
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Originally Posted by snonymous View Post You were supposed to start a Delhi heritage thread Sagarneel, no?
I was and I will. A little pressed with work these days...but the thread will definitely be on sometime soon. Promise!

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Originally Posted by naveenamohanrao View Post It is actually 'we' who belong to this forum ' Indian Wildlife and National Parks'!
Yes, we definitely do. You know what...during the visits to the zoo, I always miss being the head of the zoo authority. I'd definitely fill the emplty cages with the colorful visitors! First they would stare a a monkey's cage and say with utter disbelief 'Woh dekh, bandar' (Look, that's a monkey) to their equally colorful friends (and at times, girlfriends), as if thaye have never seen one before. Post that, once they would settle a bit from the shock of seeing a live monkey in front of their mortal eyes, they would, in order to make the monkey jump and limp, put on such immortal acts in front of the cage (unbelievable mimicry of a monkey calls, making faces even the monkey would never have though of et al) that the monkey would be totally confused about who the actual monkey is!

Your thought was not a joke...there are really some humans, who should be shifetd to national parks!
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Wow nice thread!!! Will post some squirrel pictures too.
Link to my trip report on Gir at http://www.indiamike.com/india/india...eview-t153275/
Link to my blog http://lovethewild.wordpress.com
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Read about my census participation experience at http://indiasendangered.com/counting-animals-at-sanjay-gandhi-national-park/
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Originally Posted by Paglaghora View Post This frustration actually led us to click them even many more for both birds and squirrels . Squirrels can traverse in a 2D path at a time but you know birds they can in 3D, so even bigger challenge!
Very rightly said Paglaghora. It its indeed difficult to capture the snaps of the moving object.

This morning I have found some wonderful gifts(Flowers) captured togather in your FB album. Collection of materpieces to say the least. Great work Bro!!!
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No one would believe that any of us have any work worth mentioning, the way we are all Faffing around here on IM.

And with that, GOODBYE for now.
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Wow Synonymous!Isn't that a the Giant Malabar Squirrel? Where did you view it?
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Originally Posted by Roxy View Post Wow Synonymous!Isn't that a the Giant Malabar Squirrel? Where did you view it?
Logged in once more just to answer this.

Actually, his name is Minky.

This is the Elphinstone Giant Squirrel found in Maharashtra [Ratufa Indica elphinstonii].

This fella was seen in Mahabaleshwar. You will see him and his relatives in the trees at the MTDC Hotel there.

Here are more Giant Squirrels for you:
My Indian Giant Squirrels on Flickr
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Originally Posted by snonymous View Post No one would believe that any of us have any work worth mentioning, the way we are all Faffing around here on IM.
I know the similarity made Sagar laugh- Bengali "fya-fya".I would like to share few off topic words here.I hope the guy is not here .During my stay in Chennai one of my roommates used to say about 3rd room mate "Utsab , don't you ever have work? always seen you faffing". Then we changed the bengali phrase fya-fya to act of utsab-utsab.Whenever we found anybody strolling without work ( which was indeed in Siruseri, that time) we mentioned him/her as utsabing , "keep him/her busy with something".
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Originally Posted by mithun123 View Post Very rightly said Paglaghora. It its indeed difficult to capture the snaps of the moving object.

This morning I have found some wonderful gifts(Flowers) captured togather in your FB album. Collection of materpieces to say the least. Great work Bro!!!
Thanks Mithun , you liked the album . I think the Delhi heritage site thread can be started jointly, Sagar'da ?
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HELP: I intend to be at 'SEWRI mudflats' tomorrow morning by 8.30 am! I would like to know if there is place for parking vehicle nearby? Also is there an means to know the high tide timings, there?
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Here's some pictures of Squirrels that I've clicked...

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Here are more Giant Squirrels for you:
My Indian Giant Squirrels on Flickr
Thanks Synonymous. Just checked out the pics on Flickr. Niiice.
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Originally Posted by naveenamohanrao View Post Oh yes, A separate thread for the 'SQUIRRELS'!
Ah, yes; there is of course the existing how-it-all-came-about thread at http://www.indiamike.com/india/dogs-...munks-t153168/

Eat y'r heart out, and feel free to add your insights there
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