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Flamingo by Bob Worthington
The flamingo’s pink or orange color comes from the food they eat, including algae, diatoms, and small aquatic insects and crustaceans such as shrimp.

Flamingo by Bob Worthington

The flamingo’s pink or orange color comes from the food they eat, including algae, diatoms, and small aquatic insects and crustaceans such as shrimp.

Masai Giraffe by PACsWorld
The patriarch of the Zoo’s #giraffe herd, Silver, bends down for a closer look.

Masai Giraffe by PACsWorld

The patriarch of the Zoo’s #giraffe herd, Silver, bends down for a closer look.

The large surface area of a toucan’s beak is one of this bird’s adaptations for staying cool.

The large surface area of a toucan’s beak is one of this bird’s adaptations for staying cool.

"Here’s a throwback to a few years ago when Rafa the Golden-bellied Mangabey was in the Capuchin exhibit. He frequently gave me the raspberry." - Mike Wilson

"Here’s a throwback to a few years ago when Rafa the Golden-bellied Mangabey was in the Capuchin exhibit. He frequently gave me the raspberry." - Mike Wilson

The mighty Flynn by Ion Moe
Is there anyone more handsome than Flynn the red panda?

The mighty Flynn by Ion Moe

Is there anyone more handsome than Flynn the red panda?

sdzoo:

Let me get that spot out…

Too good not to re-blog. Happy Caturday!

Koala Roar! by Paul.E.M
Koalas are cute, but their vocalizations aren’t. The bellow of a male sounds like a mixture of a motorcycle revving and a pig snorting.

Koala Roar! by Paul.E.M

Koalas are cute, but their vocalizations aren’t. The bellow of a male sounds like a mixture of a motorcycle revving and a pig snorting.

IVORY IS NOT FASHIONABLE. Re-blog if you agree.

(Source: endextinction.org)

Tenderness by Penny Hyde 
Mountain lions Kima and Koya share a tender moment.

Tenderness by Penny Hyde

Mountain lions Kima and Koya share a tender moment.

Meerkats have been known to kill and eat venomous snakes. Sorry Mr. neotropical rattlesnake.

Photos by Brian Connolly

Flamingo by Bob Worthington
The flamingo’s pink or orange color comes from the food they eat, including algae, diatoms, and small aquatic insects and crustaceans such as shrimp.

Flamingo by Bob Worthington

The flamingo’s pink or orange color comes from the food they eat, including algae, diatoms, and small aquatic insects and crustaceans such as shrimp.

Masai Giraffe by PACsWorld
The patriarch of the Zoo’s #giraffe herd, Silver, bends down for a closer look.

Masai Giraffe by PACsWorld

The patriarch of the Zoo’s #giraffe herd, Silver, bends down for a closer look.

The large surface area of a toucan’s beak is one of this bird’s adaptations for staying cool.

The large surface area of a toucan’s beak is one of this bird’s adaptations for staying cool.

sdzsafaripark:

Tiger Trail: Parenting 101

Parents take note. :P
"Here’s a throwback to a few years ago when Rafa the Golden-bellied Mangabey was in the Capuchin exhibit. He frequently gave me the raspberry." - Mike Wilson

"Here’s a throwback to a few years ago when Rafa the Golden-bellied Mangabey was in the Capuchin exhibit. He frequently gave me the raspberry." - Mike Wilson

Never let go.

Never let go.

The mighty Flynn by Ion Moe
Is there anyone more handsome than Flynn the red panda?

The mighty Flynn by Ion Moe

Is there anyone more handsome than Flynn the red panda?

sdzoo:

Let me get that spot out…

Too good not to re-blog. Happy Caturday!

Koala Roar! by Paul.E.M
Koalas are cute, but their vocalizations aren’t. The bellow of a male sounds like a mixture of a motorcycle revving and a pig snorting.

Koala Roar! by Paul.E.M

Koalas are cute, but their vocalizations aren’t. The bellow of a male sounds like a mixture of a motorcycle revving and a pig snorting.

IVORY IS NOT FASHIONABLE. Re-blog if you agree.

(Source: endextinction.org)

Tenderness by Penny Hyde 
Mountain lions Kima and Koya share a tender moment.

Tenderness by Penny Hyde

Mountain lions Kima and Koya share a tender moment.

Meerkats have been known to kill and eat venomous snakes. Sorry Mr. neotropical rattlesnake.

Photos by Brian Connolly

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