Because of the overly-fecund nangka, we’ve been getting a lot of visits from our friendly neighbourhood musang. You can just about see him there, crouching over and tugging at a half-rotten fruit.
There was a smaller musang tagging along — perhaps an anak musang. Nice to see that the jackfruit tree is letting our wildlife raise families.
When I approached they ran up the tree. Here is anak musang, staring into the camera flash:
And here’s Pingu, oblivious to my excitement, licking up the last bits of his wet tuna dinner:
Encounters with fauna continue at Lot 1699.
Couple of weeks ago, we found the cats ganging up on a snake in the shed. Damn murderers were lucky it was a harmless tree snake. Nanti bagi lu black cobra baru tau!
I’m not big on snakes (in fact I’ve been dreading finding one in the house), but look! It is very pretty.
It had this amazing subtle metallic gold-green sheen, like eyeshadow. (I’m on a make-up kick at the moment)
Glad we rescued her in time. So long and slim she is.
Just stay out of the house, snake! It’s all I ask.