VERY fun photos! At first I was like "where's the butt?"... then I realized they weren't real! LOL
Love metal animals. There are a bunch on New York's Long Island too. Fun
I am lovin' those roosters!!! They are screamin' cute!!!
Very cute!I played too ... come see my bald (also fake!) Chia kitty :)
Those armadillos and roosters are something else. What would you do with them? Were people buying them?
Very creative! Love 'em!I played too.
What fun! I especially liked those armoured dillos!Have a wonderful weekend!My Camera Critters Here and Here
Hehehe - those are cute - I want one!
A different kind of critter and very cute!!Clever post!
great stuff here. I have several real dillos under my house..sigh need Annie
I loved the one that looks like tweety bird. Hehehehe.My critter's up HERE. Happy weekends!
You are right, those are some unique critters.
NO those critters are what I'm talking about....no feeding, no cleaning, yeah....those rock! LOL
Love the mechanical looking armadillos! I remember dillos quite fondly from my Texas days--but mostly as road kill, not art!
Clever Camera Critters! Love those armadillos and roosters.
Those are different critters
Well they are all pretty neat!
How much for an armadillo?
Very unique and fun photos! :) thanks for stopping by:)
Those are really cool. That's one thing I love about zoos is all the funny looking creatures.
Rhea: What cool critter decorations.Thanks for the visit.
Love those! I'd like a few of those for my garden... :)Thanks for stopping by Prairie Visions!!
very cool critters
Someone has metalized Tweety Bird. I'm still a Tweety Bird fan. He's my favorite. All the metal sculptures are great. Nice series.
I love the bugs!!!
I have seen these around and I wanted to get one, but they are so dadgum expensive.
oh, these are so cool!! I love the armadillo!! That is my favorite. :)xoxox
The armadillos are crackin' me up!:)
I love those! I love the cows, especially.
Now those are some interesting critters! I think I see Tweety Bird in the second photo and maybe Foghorn Leghorn in the bottom photo? Great post!
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