24 December 2007

Happy Christmas to all from the Beagle Project

A new addition: Santa Darwin. Regular readers will remember that bioblogger MissPrism made and auctioned a puppet Darwin for Beagle Broject funds. The most generous bid came in from Humblewoodcutter, an evolved homeschooler from Canada and Canuck Darwin now graces their art table, except when it snows. So from us all at the Beagle Project, we wish you a happy Christmas and an energetic 2008 revving up for Darwin's bicentenary and the Year of Science in 2009.

5 comments:

nunatak said...

Thank you, oh Humble Woodcutter, for this Darwin-as-Santa photo is the very best thing I've seen this holiday season, possibly this year. It's right up there with the Octophrost tree-
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Just in case you feel so inclined, you might consider photographing the Darwin puppet doing some Darwinny things. You know, with a butterfly net, or looking down a microscope, or hitting something over the head with his geological hammer, or better yet, how about with his nose stuck into a basic genetics textbook.

Nunatak

FREE RANGE KIDS said...

I'll get right on that. Merry Heathen Christmas!!

Michael Barton, FCD said...

Merry Christmas, Peter and Nunatak!

FREE RANGE KIDS said...

Oh, and Mr. Darwin is usually on the NATURE table, ackshley. Merry merry!

Ms. SuperScience said...

Sorry it's a day late- but Happy Boxing Day! :)

May 2008 bring you health, happiness, and more Darwin puppets (that was so cute!).

Maybe you should consider doing a Flat Stanley project (only Darwin instead)?? I know I'd participate...