Day 237: Stalking Curry

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“Curry” makes for particularly wiley prey.

For starters, it can be spicy in self-defense.

Also, curry is often not green, which can make it difficult to spot.

And the tastiest bits – the white, round, soft particles – are embedded in a bunch of other things that are (to put it mildly) less tasty.

A predator can be in training for years before developing the kind of skills necessary to stalk wild curry.

Oh! Curry! I'd better bring my A game.
Oh! Curry! I’d better bring my A game.
I'll use one of my best maneuvers, the "lunge and consume."
I’ll use one of my best maneuvers, the “lunge and consume.”
I really am the James Bond of curry. Caught one of the tasty white morsels on my first lunge!
I really am the James Bond of curry. Caught one of the tasty white morsels on my very first lunge!
Now that I have the prey defenseless and corralled, I can enjoy it at my leisure.
Now that I have the prey defenseless and corralled, I can enjoy it at my leisure.
Ok, Mom, but only one press photo today. Here's one of me gripping my prey.
Ok, Mom, but only one press photo today. Here’s a good one of me balancing the prey on my “beak ‘o’ death.”

Author: Shannon Cutts
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Animal sensitive and intuitive with Animal Love Languages. Parrot, tortoise and box turtle mama. Dachshund auntie. www.animallovelanguages.com

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