The kids and I ventured out yesterday to the Houston Zoo! They have always loved going to the San Diego Zoo. We were members there for at least 5 years and it never got old. They enjoy reading the signs and learning about the animals. If they are endangered. Where they are from. What they eat. If they have a special way to protect themselves. Because of this, I love taking them to places like the zoo and museums. We came across some animals that weren’t in cages….
A yelling, screaming intact male about 6-7 years old. Wild, curly hair. Not sure if it was rabid or not so we stayed away. This species was not endangered for we saw many of them!
A small, fast moving female. Running wildly away from what looked like it’s parents. It was drooling and spitting. This species was highly endangered and on the verge of extinction by the crazy look in its parents eyes!
Strange, single, middle aged, intact male. All alone. Very slow moving and extremely scary looking. Usually found near the restrooms. Highly dangerous predator sadly not threatened. Species very stable.
Crazed, wide eyed female with attached liter. Appeared to be nocturnal but was out during the day, hence the crazed look. The liter was attached at the hip making movement difficult. Could be dangerous if out with said liter for long periods of time. Species seems to be stable and living off caffeine.
Calm, well groomed male with 2 well behaved cubs. Also well groomed. Very aware of their surroundings and other species. Species is rare. Threatened everywhere by females and males.
Very social middle aged female. We saw this species at more than one area of the zoo. Social to children and adults. Reminded me a little of the middle aged man found by the restrooms. She was social but creepy. Very predator like. Species threatened but seems to be stable.
Animals are everywhere!
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