WHAT WE’VE BEEN UP TO:
We’ve been admiring the art that Zoe (and a tiny tiny bit her mom) has been making with our whiskers. For those of you who don’t remember our whiskers, take a look back at this blog post and this blog post!
We have also been checking out the snow at our back door. (Well, not so much Sasha, just me.)
HAPPY NEW YEAR, to all our readers in all the countries that have looked at our blog:
And as a last note, after a long run of 3 years – posting every week – this unfortunately is going to be the last blog post for a while. Zoe has a lot to do these days with school and other stuff so therefore she doesn’t have as much time to admire our blog – And help us with the typing sometimes 😉 .
But, keep in mind that this is not goodbye forever. We will keep you posted when something major pops up! We don’t know if that is in a couple of weeks, a month or a couple of months.
So, here is our curtain call:
Jellyfish can protect small juvenile fish from being eaten by predators with their stinging cells. Also, many young crabs hitchhike on the top of jellyfish so they don’t have to swim.