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Furry Friday ~ Zoo Trip Part III


Here's my next installment of our Zoo Trip for Furry Friday. ☺ (Part I and Part II for those that haven't seen them yet or just want to again easily :-D)


There's a Giraffe WAY back in the back against that building, about the
center of the photo. :-D

This little guy (gal?) cracked me up. He just sat there, like that, the whole time. Just chillin'. LOL



See, told you there was a Giraffe LOL

They grow up so fast! LOL



These little guys were absolutely adorable. I could've watched them for hours. ☺




And this Dude was too cool! I think Sloths are so neat looking and their claws/talons are huge! But I guess they have to be to hold them upside down. LOL



The Elephant section had a couple workers feeding the Elephants close to the fence so we could see them better. The workers also answered any questions anyone had and passed around an Elephant tooth......that sucker was about the size of my hand! One tooth! Wow.



I was happy to get pictures of this guy b/c the first time we walked past, he was no where to be found. A second pass tho, revealed him front and center eating breakfast. :-D



Bottoms up! ☺

I have one more set of pictures to share with you. More heffalump pics, our closest cousins; monkeys and even the ever gorgeous big cats. :-D

See you next Furry Friday! ☺

Comments

  1. Yay I can't wait for the big cats!! That is so awesome you got to see an elephant tooth. I've never seen one before. Did you snap a picture of it?

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    1. No! I didn't and I've beat myself up for not taking one! :-(

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    2. Aww it's okay! It's easy to get caught up in the moment and forget. :) No harm done!

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