On my morning walkabout around Seminole Lake in rural Agoura, I spied a bunch of redeared sliders in disguise.
Hauled out to sun themselves on the shore, each one of the turtles wore either a fluffy white toupee or handlebar moustache.
What was up with these guys? They don’t need camouflage; they have hardly any predators, being the main predators on the lake as they go after ducklings and juvenile fish.
In peering around I noticed just about everything was smothered in this fluffy stuff, ...