Temily; sometimes considered an endangered species, has been sighted in varied and exotic locations, including regions of South America, Australia and the South Pacific. Natives of Iqaluit refer to this wondrous creature as "the golden haired delight", referring to her crest. When found in the Southern forests of Tasmania, she is best known for her pink and turquoise colouring. In other locations, she has also been sighted with deep reds and greens.
"What a beautiful Temily!"
"Can you hear the bubbling laughter of a Temily in the branches overhead?"
de mrtambourineman 25 septembre 2011

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