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Who is that man? I’d like to shake his hand!
“Just came back from South America where we found some llama tox (sic) hanging out in Santiago.” -Priscilla R.
We probably shouldn’t encourage this level of youthful insubordination but, AWWwwwwwwwww!
“I found this (baby tapir) on the innernets. Enjoy!” -Corinne F.
September means spring time in Australia! And for the koalas, loff is in the air more than usual. You may remember koalas are having a hard time of it and September is Save the Koala Month. The good news is, this spring brings new hope for the cutest symbol of Australia. Aussies love the Cute! Check these links to read how Aussie landowners, wildlife biologists and the
government Parliament want their koalas!
You should be worried about Huff Quack!
“Bet you didn’t know what a “huff-quack” is, well neither did I! A huff-quack is a vocalization made by a red panda when showing excitement or feisty behavior.” -Tamara H.
These cute little cubs are Tabei (girl) and Tenzing (boy) who were born in June to first-time mother Scarlett at the Knoxville Zoo, Tennessee.
And after an exhaustive search of dozens and dozens of red panda videos, (squee!) here is a little huff-quack:
This is Wilfred, a South African Bush Baby in London Zoo enjoying his morning cocoa from a teaspoon, February 15, 1938. (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images).
And, they shake their pom-poms! Expectant Alpaca Mama Lily (due in November) and daughter Rose do a little celebrating upon arrival two weeks ago at Children’s Zoo at Celebration Square. They are even having a Royal Alpaca Party on September 28! How posh!
“Hello CO! Just wanted to share with you our newest zoo residents- alpaca mom Lily (sporting the white fleece) and her one year old cria, Rose (adorned in scarlet). Donated to us by a private owner, these two are pure pedigrees with fancy lineages (pinky up!)… but within the first day in their new enclosure, they were ready to get down and dirty. Watch their little pom-pom tails and fluffy ‘tocks just wiggle with excitement! This was their first day in their exhibit after a looooong trailer ride. We all love your site! Cordially, Lizzy S.”
“Good evening. Our top story tonight: Whirlotronics has announced a factory recall of the series XL-3400 running wheel due to a tendency to break loose at high speeds. The flaw was first discovered when Albuquerque chinchilla Ken Fuzzy scampered furiously for three hours before realizing he was in Arizona.”
“My chinchilla likes to watch TV,” says Emily X.
Your child’s first outbreak of lizards is likely to be a traumatic experience. What is happening to me? he or she will wonder. Will I stay like this? It’s important to reassure your child that lizards is a phase every child goes through, and that with proper facial care and some dead flies, lizards will go away on its own.
“As we had been vacationing at the resort, I can’t quite decide who visited whom,” says Ingrid H.