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Faunal Clock

Lets see... The mongoose is awake, and the philipino tortoise is asleep, so it's five o'clock
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24 animals put into a circular pen (large) that is sectioned into 24 parts. Each animal is chosen for its specific sleeping habits. They all fall asleep and wake up at different times during the day, so you can tell (vaguely) what time it is.

Think floral clock with fauna.

Though it would take some research to find the right animals.

DesertFox, May 26 2005

for [csea] personal_20clock
[zeno, May 26 2005]

Faneuil Hall http://nanosft.com/...faneuil/index.shtml
Shz, is this what you mean? [DesertFox, May 26 2005]

View from the other side of the hall http://www.boston.w...cenery/10-6913.html
[Shz, May 27 2005]


       + Could be reinforced by correct (and timely!) dispersal of species-specific soporifics and stimulants.   

       Huh! just like my first cup of coffee tells me it's 7am and my last glass of wine tells me it's 11pm!
csea, May 26 2005

       Nice. [+]
daseva, May 26 2005

       flowers might be accurate. I think animals are either awake (mainly) during the night or the day.
po, May 26 2005

       ridiculously bad science. I like it!
dentworth, May 26 2005

       I keep reading this as Faneuil Clock. Must be a local thing.
Shz, May 26 2005

       What/who is Faneuil?
DesertFox, May 26 2005

       Very weird and extremely halfbaked.
hidden truths, May 26 2005

       Can I get the wristwatch model that roars, growls, purrs, burps, and snores it's way through the hours ?
normzone, May 26 2005

       You know, it's funny. That's the third time I've come across the name Olduvai in 3 days. Before then, I'd never heard of it.
DesertFox, May 27 2005

       Farmer John has a student?
ldischler, May 27 2005

       That’s the place [DF]. The clock that can be seen across the market from the hall is often referred to as Faneuil Clock Tower, even though it’s not at the hall, or even in the marketplace. <link>
Shz, May 27 2005

       [ldischler] Always two, there are. A Master and an apprentice.
Adze, May 27 2005


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