of all the superb creatures
found at Escuela Bella Vista in Maracaibo Venezuela, (and previously where I taught at the American international school of Maputo Mozambique). At least once a week a child brings me some arthropod or other creature to
identify, play with or admire. This blog seeks to honor those avid inquirers. Unlike the Lorax who spoke for the trees, Ispeakforthefleas! Enjoy.
Tifa : "T for tern. Hails from Inhambane where she was attacked by a beach dog that mangled her wing. She is growing stronger every day and should be able to fly away in about a month. Come and visit her in the science block.
This is BCC, not Blind carbon copy but Birdy Cheep Cheep. (Thanks for the name Jemma) She is a masked weaver from the big fever tree at the foyer of AISM and has been with us for 3 weeks now. She is growing strong and despite deformed feet is going to be a beautiful, strong member of her species. I suspect that she was thrown out of the nest because she could not walk. You can visit her at my class Science block room 2. Mr L.