Saturday, March 24, 2012

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Male Anteater Angelo explores his new home!  Finally the Zoo gets something right.  Not sure if this outcome was part of the original plan (didn't seem like it) - (http://sanfranciscozoofails.blogspot.com/search?q=anteater)  BUT what has been done here is wonderful!  Yes SFZOO  I am complimenting you.  

The man-made "natural" aesthetics, (logs, tree base, ant-mound,  ect.)  all look fantastic!  Why these kind of things in addition to some grassy landscaping wasn't done for Wishbone or any of the Bear grottos (in the past two decades), is beyond me.  Taking on old exhibit like this one (and the Bears) and adding to it, makes it wonderful.   I'm happy for Angelo :)  but sad that this and more (soft surface) wasn't done to enrich Wishy's life and most likely saved it. 

Here's a video of Angelo touring about his new digs!

Yay Angelo!  

Tallulah enjoying a piece of Melon

Cobby and Miss T

Cobby watching over his friend T

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