These koalas look like stuff animals. This is the new baby koala at the SF zoo.
A seven month old female baby koala, as yet unnamed, holds onto a toy koala as she is weighed at Duisburg Zoo, Germany, Wednesday, Dec. 21, 2011. The young koala left her mothers pouch for the first time this week, enabling the keeper to weigh her. (AP / Frank Augstein)
CUTE!: I pulled out my zoo "baby-voice" for this one ... Look at the baby dolphin! Look at the penguin looking at the baby dolphin! Oh, my.
Pangolins are nocturnal mammals that spend their nights hunting ants and termites and their days curled up in a ball. While they might look like an armadillo, anteater or even a walking artichoke, these unique animals belong to a family all their own. Only a handful of zoos around the world exhibit Pangolins, which are endangered in the wild, making the December birth of this little Chinese Pangolin at the Taipei Zoo an extremely rare occurrence.
Learning Resources Jumbo Zoo Animals. I do not own this item but my son LOVES to play with these at the daycare. You might not be able to
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just got a pair of wedges that look just like these at the thrift store today BRAND NEW! SCORE!
Early in the morning on August 21, a baby Rothschild’s Giraffe was born at New Zealand’s Auckland Zoo! The male calf was born to mother Kiraka and father Zabulu. This is the second calf for Kiraka and the first male calf to be born at the zoo since 2010.
The 2010 Carousel Works Carousel at Calgary Zoo, Botanical Garden & Prehistoric Park ***this is an Okapi***
Z is for Zoo Animals! In this printable packet, there’s practice on the following skills: identifying letter z tracing counting patterns finding differences tracing shapes identifying zoo animals
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This is Quagga, half-zebra half horse, which used to be one of the most famous animals of Africa. With death of the last quagga at the Artis Magistra Zoo (Amsterdam) in 1883, the beautiful animal species became extinct. Cruel practices like poaching were the major contributing factors for its extinction.
Stuff like this is just one reason why the fMhs facebook group is totally awesome :)
At the SF Globe, we are always on the look out for incredible photos. This set is no exception. The following pictures no doubt demonstrate ...