Some brief observations about wildlife in Norway.
- Ants. They are everywhere. There are 136,445,254,123,665,001 ants to every Norwegian.
- Bats. There must be at least one because it was flying around the garden last night.
- Birds. Certain numbers. Sparrows are the cheekiest. Not many seagulls. Bizarrely, hardly any raptors. Very few Norwegian birds talk.
- Squirrels. Red ones. They stare at you out of the trees, and go “tttttttttttttvvvvvvvvvvtttttttttiiiiiiiiiitttttt” and then run away.
- Elk. Apparently.
- Whales. Live in the sea. Not noted for sense of humour, esp. re. Norway and Japan.
- Trees. Many many trees. There are 343,565,787,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,005 trees to every Norwegian.