Bonk decided that today was the day to show the world his beautiful marbled stomach and sexy legs so he’s been floating about like this all evening posing.
Also sometimes he forgets that water is see through and people can see more than just the top of his head.
Four young capybaras (Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris) with their parents in their enclosure at the Hannover Zoo (Niedersachsen), Lower Saxony, Germany,on November 13, 2013. This semi-aquatic South American animal is the largest species of rodent in the world.
(Photo by Christoph Schmidt/AP Images/DPA)
So they are two weeks old today (except 13 and 12 who will be two weeks old on tuesday) and all are eating except #7 (Septimus) who I have to force feed (fitting since 7 is my unlucky number!)
Four have confirmed names so far - 3=Tier, 5=Mars, 7=Septimus and 13=Kalki - and I’m thinking of naming the rest after the main characters of the final fantasy games that their numbers correspond to. (1=Light, 2=Firion, 4=Kain, 6=Terra, 8=Squall, 9=Zidane, 10=Spira [sorry, i hate all of the ffx characters], 11=Lightning [since xi doesn’t actually have a main character and 13 already has a name), 12=Vaan.
All socialising well and I think after I am recovered from surgery I’m going to start properly advertising them as for sale!
Keeping Kalki and thinking I’ll also keep Septimus unless I can find a very loving home or he improves exponentially.
Next clutch due to hatch any time now over the next month.
just a few days old in the top image… now almost 2 weeks old.