Fresh soft snow can reveal an amazing array of animal activity. If the snow is several inches deep, the tunnels of shrews and voles may show up only as openings on the surface where the snow has collapsed. If the snow is only an inch in depth, their trails may appear as we can see them in this photo. Photo by Carl Kurtz/Special to the Ames Tribune
Sabrina Kurtz- Adding on to Mrs. Capyk's idea, I thought we could make hats with farm animals on it for the stable scene so it would come alive. Because the animals do not have lines and are barely in the play spending to much time or money on them would be a total waste so this fast and easy DIY should be considered. The cast could also just wear all black, white or brown depending on the animal.
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Carrion beetles are about 1 inch long and colorful. They play an important role in natural processes by feeding on dead animals. On this specimen’s thorax are tiny mites that have a symbiotic relationship with the beetles. The mites are carried to food sources by the beetles where they feed on fly eggs eliminating the competition of the fly’s maggots, which would otherwise speed up the decomposition of the beetle’s food source. Photo by Carl Kurtz/Special to the Ames Tribune
Kraven The Hunter Mini Bust by Bowen Designs by Bowen Designs. $39.99. Stands of 5 inches tall.. Comes in its own full color collectors box.. A famous big game hunter, Kraven had successfully tracked every animal on the planet, but was unable to catch Spider-Man despite his unnatural strength and unbreakable grip. Depicted with his trademark clothing, this 5" mini-bust was designed by Randy Bowen and sculpted by Thomas Kurtz. Painted and ready to display.