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  1. Lovely little calf...
  2. I can't imagine why it's called a Cowfish.
  3. I consulted our friend Google... I thoroughly disliked geometry, trigonometry and the like.
  4. Could be... no other cow in sight!
  5. Cow

    Ahh, is he/she really as small as it appears?
  6. Poor Moo Cow!
  7. They can create a huge amount of damage if they gain access to lofts or garden buildings. We have previously had them digging into flower pots!
  8. I wonder if they still use these types of memory-aid in teaching?
  9. A short while ago, I posted a thread about squirrels. During that post I was using a word which used the, " 'i' before 'e' except after 'c' rule". It occurred to me that I still quoted the rules mentally now, at least 60 years after! I use my times tables and grammar 'rules' all the time! Do you?
  10. Any advice on how to keep grey squirrels out of the garden? I do feed the birds on a daily basis and also realise that the 'vermin' are attracted by the goodies intended for the birds. But... I do need to discourage the squirrels somehow. Your help would be gratefully received.
  11. Good news, Amby19. Thanks for posting back and for the explanation. It may be useful to someone else with the same issue.