Friday, January 23, 2009

Lllama Land's electronic preserve, part 2

"A poss-u-lllama!" exclaims the enraptured urchin. "I've been working here for 16 years, and this is the first one I've spotted in the wild. The poss-u-lllama is rarely seen during the day and has a gestation period of 5 years! Poachers have been known to trap these clever animals, as their beautiful furs can command high prices. If you want to help save little 'poss', insist on chinchilla or aardvark when you buy a fur."

"Here's the Lllama Land favorite, Slugman Breel," smiles Spiney boastfully. Back when we were just a petting zoo before we got the grant to open up this huge reserve, Breel here was our star attraction. In fact, if it wasn't for him we would never have lasted this long. Now he gets to roam these huge multi-megabyte acreages. If you're willing to wait in line the kids can take a slug ride too. He's very gentle."

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