Native Tennessee Giraffes

January 12, 2012 by Rieshy
                                                      Random meets Coincidence

On today's drive home my 4 yo asked, "Why do long-necks only eat long-necks?"

"What's a long-neck?  Is it a kind of animal?"

"I don't know?"

"Hmmm. I'm sorry, I don't know what your question means."

"I don't either," he replied in a melancholy voice.

17 yo took her head out of the novel Buddenbrooks, "There's long-neck in Buddenbrooks: Miss Langhals."


We turned the corner and saw a real life long-neck.  The touted but seldom seen Tennessee Giraffe.

But what does it eat?


1 comment:

Felicity said...

Very clever to see it.. but yes.. what does it eat? No leaves in sight...

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