Rhino pregnancies go for roughly 15 months, or in translation, a long time. When the Tot appears, it usually weighs 100 pounds or more. A lot to look forward to, and a long time to look.
When pregnant, the Mom-to-be experiences many shifts, one of which is a change in her dietary needs. What was great last week tastes dull or stinky this week. Some may laugh about food cravings, but those scoffers are seldom the ones who have been pregnant. Ask anybody.
They say today is December 1st. Rhinos have no reason to doubt it, but also little incentive to recall it. Our schedules are not calendar sensitive.
Rhinos work on Bio-clocks, dictating our needs and constructive reponses to them. Bio-clocks take into account weather, rainfall, dietary choices, and a long list of natural functions, internal, external, and eternal.
The illustration shows our typical path through a ‘month’, ultimately crossing the ‘line’ into the next ‘month’. Whatever a month may be.
Gotta be ready to go tomorrow! First come, first served, which is why We’re migrating tonight. That way, We’ll be at the head of the line. (heh, heh)
For those of you who worry about this sort of thing, the sharpened fork is a must when dealing with cranberries. They are delicious but slippery, and need to be harpooned before they can scurry away. Sad but true.