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Old 5th November 2013, 08:31
Yara92 Yara92 is offline
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Walked the "wildcat trail" a few years ago, but didn't see any wildcats sad enough. So we went to a zoo and admired them there
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Old 6th November 2013, 06:37
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Originally Posted by TurboLine View Post
It might be just me but for a lot of those animals, with the exception of the Scottish Wildcat, doesn't scream uniquely and solely Scottish. As the bald eagle does for America.

My favourite Scottish dogs at the moment is the Scotch Collie, I also think the Shetland Sheepdog are cute.
The Scotch Collie .
Is that an alcohol vegetable dish ?

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Old 19th April 2015, 15:27
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Although not unique to this country the Red deer is a species which is often seen as iconic/possibly the most iconic. The sight/sound of Red deer stags roaring on a Scottish hillside in the autumn is something that never fails to impress, no matter how many times it is witnessed. Despite routinely encountering the Red deer I still find them fascinating after all these years and for me they are the one familiar sight that reminds me most of home.
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