More Animal Problems At The Greenland Country Club

The weather is fine at -54 degrees, but course is closed for Thanksgiving.

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15 Responses to More Animal Problems At The Greenland Country Club

  1. Andy DC says:

    Those animals don’t seem bothered much by the cold. It must be dry cold,

  2. Truman ross says:


  3. Texas Sharp-shooter says:

    The lions ate all the polar bears? Probably lured them to their doom with Coca-Cola. I predicted this 25 years ago.

  4. arn says:

    I miss all the big animals from the previous photos.
    I guess they all got killed by global warming.

    I really really miss the cold cold time before global warming when greenland was a fertile sunny island,so green that people called it greenland.
    (and RIP all you viking people who got killed the year greenland stopped to be green(heat is so bad for nature) and turned into a giant ice cube)

  5. Steve Parker says:

    Go ahead and joke. The Greenland ice sheet appears to have lost about half a gigaton of ice yesterday, IN THE MIDDLE OF WINTER!!! At that rate, the entire ice sheet will be gone in about 16,000 years. That’s also enough ice to make 366 snow cones for every man, woman, trans, bigender, agender, or gender fluid adult or pre-adult in the world. Imagine the economic and health impacts of 366 snow cones per person, not to mention the environmental impact of the gallons and gallons of syrup needed to sweeten the snow cones.

    Keep on joking. I’ll be back here on Thanksgiving day in 18017 to tell you I told you so.

  6. RAH says:

    Talk about Global warming and big animals. Does anyone believe that Hannibal could have passed through the Hindu Kush with elephants during the late fall 0f 218 BC in the conditions we have today?

    • Extreme Hiatus says:

      Hindu Kush?

      I thought he crossed the Alps with elephants.

      In any case, photos never lie and this one of the lion and zebras on the Greenland golf course pretty much proves that elephants could go anywhere… except maybe for the steep parts where the ice was too slippery for them.

      • RAH says:

        Your right. I was in a hurry to post my point before I carved the Turkey and went out the door.

        It was Alexander that passed over the Hindu Kush in 329 BC and Hannibal passed over the Alps in 218 BC. Hannibal had 37 elephants and passed through during the late fall. Alexander passed through the Hindu Kush during the early spring. Both are amazing feats. And it is doubtful either could be accomplished today at the time of year they did them these days.

        I think that Alexander’s feat is probably greater even though he did not have elephants because the Hindu Kush is a much higher range and the pass he used was less than 1,000 meters lower than Mount Blanc which is the highest mountain in the Alps. The pass through the Alps Hannibal used is not known but almost certainly much lower than the pass through the Hindu Kush that Alexander used which is 3,848 meters.
        It is interesting to note that Alexander made his passage before 250 BC which is generally recognized as the start of the Roman warm period.

  7. Richard says:

    I thought Hannibal liked his Chianti and liver too much to bother with the Alps. What’s to lecter about?

  8. Colorado Wellington says:

    The zebras got a head start. Their camouflage is halfway there.

    • RAH says:

      It appears to me that the lion was forced to migrate from Africa because of the human caused oppressive heat and drought there and just brought his own provender with him.

      • Colorado Wellington says:

        Yes, this climate refugee brought his own provender but now he must apply to the Danish government for family reunification with his lionesses or he will have to hunt himself.

        • RAH says:

          Well that shouldn’t be a problem since they let anyone and everyone in it seems. He will have to do something about getting them to take emergency action to provide for a long term solution for special dietary needs also. When the Zebras run out there are only 4 or 5 people at Summit station during the winter months.

  9. Richard says:

    On a serious note this site is doing a fantastic job. Keep posting the truth!!!

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