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The first time I ever saw Brown Boobies was in a National Geographic magazine!Leland33 wrote:
Lake Winnipesaukee has, I'm sure, beaches where you'll find brown boobys usually later in the summer. The beach where they're found is remote and usually marked with a sign alerting to brown boobys; or maybe attire optional.
Don't bother with binoculars because you'll be able to see them close up - but not too close. They don't mind. But if you ONLY SEE brown BACKIES.. wait 20-30 minutes and you'll see brown boobys.
This is it. http://www.cbsnews.com/news/disturbing- ... -reform-2/gator wrote:
Anyone watching 60 Minutes? It makes me sad, but mostly angry that these animals are abused on a regular basis in circus's for the sake of entertainment. There's a special place in hell for anyone involved in this unnecessary cruelty.