Ah yes, I've never seen a whale either. Though I think I'd choose a sturdy boat. Read a book where the boat was rocked so bad it nearly toppled over. Wouldn't want that to happen. Never know how they'll react.
Yeah, and that's what I respect in them. You know, they're not many in numbers anymore, but once the whole living in USA depended on them... And still, even when they were hunted and caught so much, some survived. That kind of makes you go wow.
I don't know about the United States, but I do know they should live in the UK, and apparently, The Netherlands. I would love to see a black Barn Owl in the wild. Only've seen them in a parc, once. They're real pretty too. But the white ghost owl, would make a great sight at night, flying
I don't think I'd choose the highest, afraid it'll be too high to see much. But yes, one with a decent, overlooking view. Somewhere with ibexes roaming around, or perhaps towards a river, where bears will be fishing, that kind of thing.
Those would be great to see in the wild Though my cousin did see a Fennec Fox in the "wild"; on vacation in Tunesia, some guy threw it at her, you know to take a photo or something, and the little fox bit her in the finger. When she got home, she needed about 9 injections in that finger against diseases Definitely going to keep my distance if I see one. Would love to see him do his thing, eat a scorpion
Well, a Tarsier is high on the list, who lives practically solely in Indonesia, on Sulawesi, but only in a certain area. And the Olm, a wonderful creature who lives in certain caves in Rumania, I believe. And I'd love to see a Thorny Devil, doing his thing, extracting water which travels up his body to his mouth . A Jesus Christ Basilisk, walking across the water. Seen it on TV, but would love to see it in person. And a baby Black-Footed Cat and baby Elephant Shrew. Saw both as adults, but they look so cute as babies too, I want to see them that way as well