Welcome back to The Nose Report, I'm your Report Pei, Bolo, ready for action!
Our first guest today is the American Alligator. He certainly does have a nose. But he's been known to eat doggies and kitties so I don't think anyone has to go over to kiss his nose. We'll leave that for the other alligators to do okay?
Meet the Peahen (up) and the Peacock (down). They were walking around the place where Mommy and Daddy had lunch and were investigating all the children around. Tiny little noses, but very friendly. They could do with nose kisses.
Meet the Masai Giraffe. They're VERY TALL. If it brought it's nose down closer, we could all give it kisses. If it stood up, it's out of luck. I think, for nose kisses, it would bend down.
And our last guest for today is the Caracal Lynx. You can just see it there behind the log in the foreground and next to the rock on the right. The Caracal Lynx is not know for it's nose, but I'm sure we could sneak a peck in while we distracted it with ear scratches.
Thene there's this guy again. Pei laughter. He looks like he's ready to go somewhere. Like somewhere they have a Magic List? Can I take a guess? Is Report Pei Bolo on his way to Day Camp? OhpleaseOhpleaseOhpleaseOhplease. Please let it be Day Camp!
This is Report Pei Bolo signing off until next time.
Sniff ya later!