A very rare wildlife sighting: the lesser-spotted yazzuss...

March 14, 2016


A very rare wildlife sighting: the lesser-spotted yazzuss yazzuss. This mythical creature (more affectionately known as the Clevedon Curler) is thought to be rarer than the Loch Nessie. This fine specimen was spotted foraging in her natural habitat: The 2p Shove machines. After an hour of quietly stalking the ‘Curler’ - I was surprised to witness that this crafty creature managed to only be 24p down! At this moment: I was spotted by the Curler (I was up-wind and she has a sense of smell 50x stronger than that of a canine)… She swiftly bagged her paper cup of 2p winnings and scuttled off to feed the copper delights to her waiting brood. Needless to say: I am over the moon with this photograph and shall be submitting it to The National Geographic magazine ASAP. If this doesn’t bag me wildlife photographer of the year… I don’t know what will. #yazzussyazzus #wildlifephotography #2pshoves @yasminhood #wildlifephotographeroftheyear


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