Tigers at the museum

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Today, I took my small Tiger to the museum.

At the museum, Tiger decided three things:

1) She is not a Small Tiger after all but, in fact, a Big Tiger, who would actually quite like to be a student at the Hagley Farm School, and would set about becoming one by insinuating herself into the visiting school group. As a side issue, there is nothing cuter than thirty ten-year-olds in school uniform being trailed by a sixteen-month-old in floral pants, a glittery jumper and a tiger hat.

2) The Apatosaurus is the coolest of all dinosaurs. Case closed. End of story. The rest only warrant a cursory look. But APATOSAURUS! Oh, her tiny heart. She was in dino-love.

3) Very Big Megafauna Wombat bottoms are HILARIOUS.

In honour of my Tiger, and her delight in wombat bottoms (ancient and present-day), and because we all need more of these in our lives, here is a wombat bottom.

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Wombat bum courtesy of http://www.australiazoo.com.au

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  1. Tessa is quite right. Apatosauruses and wombat bottoms are indeed spectaculaur. Not sure about school excursions. But T’s outfit today was just gorgeous. And she is a curious little tacker!

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