Kroten promised you another enjoying the sun part 2 on Wednesday but without me knowing it, she changed the post to her sleeping photo *roll eyes* … This time, I am taking over the blog to share how my three turtles kept me busy while they were busy enjoying the sun and the small yard in front of the school.
As you have read before, My turtles and I are now living on the third floor of the school I work for. The school has many grassy area and I plan to use them all for my turtles’ benefit 😉 I will let them explore every bit of grassy area in this school.
Today I want to share their adventure on the small grass field on the left side of the building. It isn’t a big place but it looks quite big for them. This photos were taken last week.
They did not stay like this for long!! the moment I set them on the garden…they immediately went their separate way…making me difficult to spot them all the time.
By the end of this post, I am going to give you a challenge to spot all my turtles 😉
Kroten was always the nicest of them all…maybe age played part here. She didn’t move much, she took her time to explore the garden and enjoy the sun. She was the easiest to look at…the other two were menace. Little Papoe was busy moving here and there, he didn’t realize that he is so small and could get lost so easily. Kurome was the worst! He won’t stop moving and always chose to get to a place where I couldn’t see. He snugged into the garden trash area (where all the leaves are collected there) or behind trees, or climb on the trees’ root *sigh*
I will share their individual photos on this small garden on Wednesday. I got some great photos that showed how cute they are and how the grass help them look great 🙂 I love to share it now but it’ll be too much photo in one post.
Here is what I have promised you above… a little game called WHERE’S KROTEN, PAPOE AND KUROME? 😉
Click the answers here know whether you got right or not
Did you get it all right?
After all the adventure…they had to get back to their tank and of course they have to have a bath. I had to clean all the dirt or soil on their feet and plastron before they get back to their tank.
note: although this is shared on Sunday, I am still going to share it on Monday Mischief hosted by Snoopy.