Camelo P. Ardalis rarely ventured out in the daytime. He found that other animals bumped into him during the day because they couldn't see him or if they did see him, he was so faint that they thought he was a serengeti ghost. Most animals only saw his legs during the day which was kind of freaky for them and Camelo, being sensitive to the feelings of others, would apologize profusely which really disturbed the other animals; talking legs! So, Camelo, resigned himself to mostly night prowling, but, nights also caused issues. Vampires were continuously trying to bite him and fireflies were always trying to mate with him!
California Living Museum, Kern County, California 2016