N is for Numbat

N is for Numbat Animal Alphabets Bearman Cartoons

N is for Numbat.  Now of course hearing the name of this animal for today’s Animal Alphabet, I was hoping for some flying rodent but no, instead we have an Australian Marsupial.  Numbats are solitary animals, active during the day which subsist on termites, eating up to 10% of their small body weight daily.  In order to get a hold of so many termites they have sharp claws and a long tongue.

Which reminds me  Oprah doing an interview with the band KISS.  When asked how long his tongue is, Gene Simmon’s responded “Long enough to make you my very closest friend.”

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  1. lisleman says:

    I bet you drew the cartoon before you remembered the Gene Simmons interview. I’m saying that because you missed a chance to combine Gene Simmons with a numbat.

  2. Binky says:

    Australian marsupials are the best.

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