One Night in Nuaydung: Felix and his pals arrive at the night market.

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Endangered species acting in this scene:
Babyrusa Pig; Solenodon; Giant Anteater, Jerboa; Red Loris, Columbia Basin Pygmy Rabbit;Golden Parakeet
Silver, Book 2: A Bad Night For Felix Cranberry
Silver: A Tale to Tell BOOK 1 (Pages 1-11)
Silver:  A Tale to Tell.  Cover Page

Slver: Page one: In which we see a tiny mountainside town and an ice-cream seller on a bicycle

Silver: page 2: In which we meet Miss Cranberry, who is about to learn something about herself

Silver Page 3: in which Miss Cranberry enters the Lakshmi cafe, and sees amazing statues and a jungle painting.  The cafe is dimly lit, and suddenly a dark figure appears in a doorway, laughing.








The Solenodon (doing the shopping in frame 1) is a rare venomous mammal, now on the edge of extinction. See the link for interesting notes on nipples. The critically endangered Pygmy Hog (humming cheerily) is the sole representative of Porcula,and there are only about 150 of them left in the world.
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The Slow Loris is an endangered primate which stores poison inside its elbows. The mother will suck up this toxin and lick it onto her babies to protect them from predators. Learn why their eyes are so dangerous by clicking here.. Can you find the Loris on this page?
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