As best as I can tell, this is a species of zale moth. There’s plenty of species of them but the identification guides for moths are even worse than ones for spiders.
The final two Gerbil babies are still holding on. Their eyes are just starting to open which I hope will dissuade their parents from eating them.
I’ve never tried to cannibalize anyone but I would imagine eye contact would kill the appetite.
When our gerbils had babies, I thought I counted five newborns. A few days later when their nest was open, I only saw four so I brushed off the fifth as a miscount.
When I posted their picture a few days back, I could only see three. Then after cleaning their cage, I discovered there were only two.
Either the babies are junior escape artists or gerbils, like hamsters, eat their young.
I would have expected this from a hamster but I thought better of gerbils.
For the last few weeks I’ve been posting videos of Noa robots on Wednesdays. I had planned to do the same today but the program I wrote somehow went bad. I’m feeling devastating but will try to rewrite it.
On the bright side, I have been working on bringing up my push ups and finally reached 3,000 exactly.
Not much to crow about but I need my small victories.
What a difference a few days made for the gerbils. They used to be hairless and unable to open their eyes and now they have a light coat and still can’t open their eyes.
I’m a little worried that at first there looked like there were five babies but now I can only see three. I didn’t think gerbils ate their young. I hope I had just miscounted.
Here’s a very golden cicada shell. We’re six years from their big 17-year cycle but annual fellows like this one continue to pop up.
2021 will be the fourth brood I’ve lived through, assuming the cicada, the world, and/or me last that long.
Far be it for me to defend Mike Brown but there’s too many mistakes in that statement for me to endorse it.
On another note, here’s cool news involving Noa robots. Even after being to paid to work with Noa models, I wouldn’t have thought this to be possible.
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