If I foolishly ignore the telephone since I’m at some important role (such as a video game), she repeats the awake louder and rapidly to sound like”turd alert” Something similar occurred with Hodor, a Game of Thrones personality who occasionally got excited and repeated that he would keep a door shut.
But a mild and steady rain will change this armored gourmet to”stud ” We can only assume that rain acts as an aphrodisiac in our terrapins. More of them leave the woods to play in our garden during a light rain, and we get to learn the purpose of character as the men comically mount the females.
Probably, on sunny days, we just see male terrapins. Anything but societal then, they act like they defend territory on these days, or they respond to a perceived theft of land. “Hey, that additional turtle ate my mushroom!” Rarely do they struggle. The bigger ones will run in the smaller ones, who quickly haul it in another direction. But on rare occasions, two big turtles will participate in a staring contest. Their proximity appears as a measure of resolve. Their art of warfare: acute staring, serious lack of motion, and the tension in the air enters the home to affect my spouse.
“What are they doing today?” She fidgets throughout a Hallmark Romance chick flick. Not able to enjoy her show, she wears the carpet down to collect more turtle reports. Sometimes the turtle warfare of stares will last for hours before some restructure of land appears to occur. Then, we see all the big men patrol different turf in our garden… unless a mushroom comes into play.
At night, different creatures begin their change: raccoons, foxes, possums, and owls. But our alert about visiting some of the other wildlife,”I view nature,” seems to suggest that the terrapin turtles have a special place in our own lives. I’m happy that Australian Fitzroy River Turtles do not visit. They breathe through their back ends, a thing I have put in my”never want to see” list. #TAG1writer