Howd’y y’all. Well I have had a very stressful week. I have been trekking through the Amazon rainforest following the pinging from my flux cap but I did not find Pi. At one point near the river I thought I was close because I was pinging like crazy but then I encountered a Boa Constrictor and as you know I HATE SNAKES! So I had to detour and lost the pinging y’all. I was so anoyed. I found out that Boa Constrictors are one of the largest snakes in the world, along with the Reticulated Python and Anaconda. Boas are non-poisonous but just as deadly. They ambush their prey, which means that they will hide and wait for something yummy to go by and then do a surprise attack. I was making sure that he was not going to have me for lunch!
I have seen lots of different animals on my travels. One night as I treked through the rainforest I saw the cutest owl monkey which has evolved large eyeballs to see better at night. It is the only nocturnal monkey, and leaves its nest shortly after sunset for a night of foraging in fruit trees. It looked straight at me!
When I was near the river I was lucky to see some capybara y’all. The Capybaras are rodents from South America and are the largest in the world. A capybara can get close to 80 kg (175 pounds) but as intimidating as it might look, they are mostly shy and tame creatures. So I was very quiet not to frighten them. Capybaras are also known as water hogs. As the name suggests, they are usually found near swamps and water holes. The water from the river provided a refuge from the midday heat. I so wanted to go in the water too but I was too afraid y’all as there could have been creatures in that water that I did not want to meet!
Also when I was by the river the amount of birds that are there y’all. There were lots of horned streamers there. The horned screamer is a massive 84–95 cm (33–38 in) long, 3.5 kg (7.7 lbs) bird, with a small chicken-like bill. The upperparts, head and breast are black, with white speckles on the crown, throat and wing coverts. There is a long spiny structure projecting forward from the crown. The horned screamer's call, as its name suggests, is a very loud U-WHO or honking YOIK-YOK. It was very noisy around them.
Well I have been looking at the work you have been doing. Y’all have been very busy. If you can can you redraft those leaflets so I can give them to my friend Jonathan who is a rainforest expert before he goes back to the rainforest. He will find all the information you have put together very interesting I am sure and it will help him to identify the animals and dangers he will meet.
So the pinging on my flux cap now indicates that I think that Pi has gone to Ancient Egypt. Now as you know trying to drive the TARDIS using my flux cap is difficult so it is going to take some time for me to get there! So can you start to find out about Ancient Egypt so by the time I get there you can pass some information to me to help me find Pi. Later y'all.