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Methods to determine if your guinea pig is just a cute potato

  1. Press its nose. Potatoes do not have noses, therefore you will only be able to do this to a guinea pig.
  2. Put a carrot on top of it. A good reaction will show the true potential of your guinea pig, and bypass the capabilities of  a potato.
  3. Shake a plastic bag. Guinea pigs like plastic bags because they associate plastic bags with food, which will excite them. Potatoes will not do this.

All these have been tested on this piggo, and it seems to work. If none of these have any adverse effect, then you may have a cute potato.

 

how to do a thing  

  1. go to the food store
  2. ask for food
  3. eat food
  4. go to your car
  5. sleep in your car
  6. cough
  7. go back to sleep
  8. wait 2 hours by sleeping
  9. wake up
  10. play eurobeat
  11. drive to your car
  12. discover a compound metal only created by the compression from an unstoppable force in collision with another unstoppable force 
  13. sell it to a Science Man
  14. buy a house
  15. go to sleep in the house
  16. wake up
  17. enjoy your new life

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Nandi Bear

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nandi Bear
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Grouping Cryptid
Sub grouping Bear
Other name(s) Kerit
Country Kenya

The Nandi Bear is a cryptid, or unconfirmed animal, reported to live in East Africa. It takes its name from the Nandi people who live in western Kenya, in the area the Nandi Bear is reported from. It is also known as ChemositKeritNgoloko, or Duba (which derives from dubb or dubbha, the Arabic words for ‘bear’ and ‘hyena’ respectively.[citation needed])

Frank W. Lane wrote, “What the Abominable Snowman is to Asia, or the great Sea Serpent is to the oceans, the Nandi Bear is to Africa. It is one of the most notorious of those legendary beasts which have, so far, eluded capture and the collector’s rifle.”[1]

Description[edit]

Descriptions of the Nandi Bear are of a ferocious, powerfully built carnivore with high front shoulders (over four feet tall) and a sloping back, somewhat similar to a hyena. Some have speculated that Nandi Bears are in fact a misidentified hyena or a surviving Ice Age giant hyena: Karl Shuker states that a surviving short-faced hyaenaPachycrocuta brevirostris, extinct c. 500,000 years before present, would “explain these cases very satisfactorily.”[2]

Other than the Atlas bear (extinct by the 1800s), no modern bears are known to be native to modern Africa, though the Etruscan bear, and species of the prehistoric genera Agriotherium and Indarctos, lived in Northern Africa during the Pliocene and Pleistocene. Louis Leakey[3] suggested that Nandi Bear descriptions matched that of the extinct Chalicotherium, though chalicotheres were herbivores.

The Nandi people call it “kerit“. Local legend holds that it only eats the brain of its victims. Nandi Bears were regularly reported in Kenya throughout the 19th century and early 20th century. Bernard Heuvelmans‘s On the Track of Unknown Animals and Karl Shuker’s In Search of Prehistoric Survivors[4] provide the most extensive chronicles of Nandi Bear sightings in print.

In popular culture[edit]

The Peculiar Exploits of Brigadier Ffellowes, a collection of contemporary fantasy stories by Sterling E. Lanier, includes a short story called “His Only Safari,” in which the title character briefly sights a “kerit” and speculates that such creatures formed the basis for the Egyptian legends of Anubis.

Tarzan #134 (Gold Key Comics), March 1963, features Tarzan meeting and later battling a Nandi Bear which is pictured as a shaggy sloth bear-like creature with floppy ears, like a cocker spaniel.