There are a couple of things at which peeps aren’t skilled. One of them is counting. Despite that, the squishy little fellows sensed that their numbers were decreasing. As one would expect, panic ensued.
This leads us to the second peep deficiency—the ability to make good hiding decisions, as you will see from the following photos.
Perching on the toaster worked well until a nearby movement scared them and the dove inside the slots.
The next smoothie seemed a bit sweeter than usual.
Pretending to be candle flames was quite ingenious. But, when we had a nighttime power outage…. Well, I suppose you can guess.
One peep had a unique approach—blending in with his environment—supposedly.
All in all, the peep population continued to decrease. The cause? Still to be determined.