Style No. 71: Nature

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The orange-breasted whistleblower is a species rarely observed in social settings. It’s penchant for solitary rumination is well-known to those who study it. Imagine, seeing two of them together, one holding the other with his arm! We are, at this instant, witnesses to one nature’s great wonders. Particularly as there’s a herd of pilgrim bison not far from here. Indeed, an instance of orange-breasts eyeing pilgrim bison in the distance has never been captured on film.

But what’s this! A tufted jittercache flitting by! And look at the plumage on her head! So bulbous, almost like she’s hiding a secret object! Astounding. Remarkable. Wonders beyond imagining.

Yet that’s not all. This is truly a banner day for nature lovers! He’s not as flashy as the others, but if you look carefully behind the two orange-breasts you’ll see him reclining in the underbrush — a peculiarus monkey, rarely seen during daylight hours. It’s an ancient species famed for its knowingness. Don’t you see? There — it has just turned its head the other way.

Adjacent to the orange-breasted whistleblower we also found a canus lupis familiaris licking his lips over a fallen leaf.

Adjacent to the orange-breasted whistleblower we also spotted a canus lupis familiaris licking his lips over a fallen leaf.

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