Culture is of the order Philidota,

from the Ancient Greek.

Culture usually lives in hollow trees

or burrows.

Generally nocturnal,

culture tends to be solitary,

only meeting other cultures to mate.

A number of extinct cultures have been identified

and it is greatly feared

that existing cultures,

due to extensive poaching,

could soon all be things of the past.

Culture has poor vision and is toothless,

however this does not mean culture is defenseless.

Culture is covered with protective scales.

Culture can emit

a highly noxious-smelling chemical

from glands near the anus,

and will use this method of defense

when threatened.

Culture has sticky saliva and often picks up unwanted tidbits.

We must all do what we can to protect culture, for our world would be a much poorer place without it.


Day Twenty-Four

Prompt: Find a factual article about an animal. A Wikipedia article or something from National Geographic would do nicely – just make sure it repeats the name of the animal a lot. Now, go back through the text and replace the name of the animal with something else – it could be something very abstract.

Guess my wonderful animal.

(I am on holiday [yay!] and have to use my phone to publish, so it might look a bit different .)