Too cold for com­fort

The Guardian - Journal - - Letters -

‘Paul the re­deared ter­rapin. He lives in a park lake in a Leeds sub­urb, and can be seen ev­ery day bal­anc­ing on a log con­tem­plat­ing his bleak fu­ture. Bleak be­cause he’ll never have baby ter­rap­ins; our cli­mate is just too cold to in­cu­bate the eggs of his mate Pauline, who also lives in the pond’ JOHN TEBBET/ GUARDIAN COM­MU­NITY Share your pho­tos at let­ters-pics We do not pub­lish let­ters where only an email ad­dress is sup­plied; please in­clude a full postal ad­dress, a ref­er­ence to the ar­ti­cle and a day­time phone num­ber. We may edit let­ters. Sub­mis­sion and pub­li­ca­tion of all let­ters is sub­ject to our terms and con­di­tions: see let­ters-terms

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