Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Quiz Tuesday part 8

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The bromeliad plant, is a native of Florida. This plant family contains over 3000 species, including the most well known bromeliad - and the only edible one - the pineapple.

Today's question is: How many lizards can you find on the plant?

12 comments:

susan said...

I found two, but had to stop looking when I bumped my nose on the screeen!

Olivier said...

et de quatre DP aujourd'hui avec des fleurs comme theme ;o)
Comme j'ai oublié mes lunettes chez moi, j'en vois aucun



and of four DP today with flowers like topic; O) As I forgot my glasses at home, I see any of it

Jing said...

so nice colours....
but lizards...
:))
where is mom???
haha....

Chris & Deb said...

hmmmm....for some reason I can't link into photobucket for a larger image.
I definitely see one lizard, and several familiar-looking nose prints on my monitor.

Gerald England said...

Well I can definitely see one and there is maybe another five bits that might be a lizard part or might just be a bit of foliage and since we don't have lizards at all in these parts I'm not scrutinizing further but I think the answer may be two

Frank said...

I see three but they say where you see one there are ten more unseen.
So my guess is thirty.

Victoria said...

I see definitely two, but there are probably many more!

Rauf said...

Isabella, knowledge is not about how much we know, its about how much we do not know. It makes us aware of our ignorance. Thank you so much for this information I never heard about this.

Lavender Lady said...

I'm thinking, "What lizards?" I'm too taken with the beautiful green foliage and the gorgous bloom. I could never grow that here.

alice said...

To a French people, it's always amazing to imagine these plants outside...

isabella said...

Well, I hope you'll forgive me for this little experiment on the power of suggestion when I asked "how many lizards can you find?". The answer is: only one!

Chris & Deb - it's a shame I could not fool you ;-))). Maybe next time!

Thanks all for visiting, playing along, and as always, making me smile...

Gerald England said...

It took me a while to find that ONE so am glad I didn't miss any -- as the old comedian said -"Ooh you are AWful" -- meant in the nicest possible way.