- WHO CHOSE THIS NAME
- I HAVE TOLD MY GRANDPARENTS TO GO TO THIS SITE
- I HAVE SAID IT OUT LOUD TO MANY PEOPLE
- WITHOUT REALISING
That would be me. I’m sorry.
muy importante: enunciate each word individually when directing someone to this site. either that, or take the smack in the mouth like a trooper!
Nara Park in Nara, Japan is famous for its Sika deer, which were designated National Treasures shortly after WWII. There they are also known as “bowing deer” for the way they bow their heads before being feed special Shika-senbei or “deer-cookies”, which are available for purchase by visitors to the park.
But it turns out that these deer are more than just polite. They’re also conscientious pedestrians. A tourist visiting Nara Park took these awesome photos which show a deer patiently waiting at a crosswalk on one side of a road. The deer stood there until the traffic signal turned green, and then carefully made its way across the street.
Click here to view more photos of this lovely street-savvy pedestrian.
Photos via Kaigai no Omira.
see- I like to follow the rules no matter where I am!
Ellen burnt a batch of chocolate chip cookies and brought them to me!