Being Brave with Bruce: Safety for Shells

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Nature can come up with some pretty savvy safety features.

For example, let’s say you come shooting out of your small white round escape pad with a shell on your back, a secret stash of snacks and a super-stealthy set of markings that lets you blend in whenever, wherever.

For awhile, you feel very safe. Very self-sufficient. Very set for life.

But then all of a sudden you don’t.

For the first time in your life, you meet a set of challenges you can’t stealth your way out of.

You don’t know what you are going to do, where you are going to go, how you are going to survive.

And then someone comes along. They don’t have any shell at all or any stealthy markings. Nothing about them indicates they would be very good at survival at all.

Yet they seem to know just what to do to help you feel safe again.

So the next time a big bad microscopic threat pops up on the horizon, you don’t waver. You don’t wonder. You know exactly what to do and where to go this time.

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When a shell alone is not enough to keep you safe, it can be good to have a devoted large shell-less MommyGuard as your backup plan!

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Published by Shannon Cutts

Cockatiel, redfoot tortoise and box turtle mama. Author, writer, pet & people blogger.

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