ZOOLOGY BY JEREMY ZOLA
BACHELOR OF ZOOLOGY. HAS WORKED WITH WILDCATS, WOLVES, BIRDS OF PREY, AND SEA TURTLES - AMONGST MANY OTHER ANIMALS, EXOTIC AND DOMESTIC. THIS BLOG SERVES AS AN OUTLET FOR MY ENDLESS CURIOSITY FOR THE NATURAL WORLD AND IS MEANT TO BE INTERACTIVE - I ACCEPT SUBMISSIONS, REQUESTS, AND QUESTIONS.
Friday, March 23
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Mama and Joey Red Kangaroos

Mama and Joey Red Kangaroos

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Thursday, March 8
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Saturday, October 1
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Leopard and Cub

Leopard and Cub

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Friday, July 1
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Mother Lion and Cub

Mother Lion and Cub

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Sunday, June 26
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Orangutan Mother and Young

Orangutan Mother and Young

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Wednesday, May 18
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Gibbon and Baby

Gibbon and Baby

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Wednesday, May 4
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Mother and Baby Sloths

Mother and Baby Sloths

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Mother and Baby Elephants

Mother and Baby Elephants

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Monday, May 2
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Mother and Baby Orangutan

Mother and Baby Orangutan

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Friday, April 1
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Baby Silver Leaf Langur With Females.
The Silvered Leaf Monkey or the Silvery Langur, is an Old World monkey. It is arboreal, living in coastal, mangrove, and riverine forests in Peninsular Malaysia, Sumatra, and Borneo. The silvery langur is a specialist folivore, including a higher proportion of leaves in its diet than any other colobine monkey. Although it does also eat fruit, and some seeds and flowers,  these comprise only 9% of the diet, and it is also able to feed on  tougher and more mature leaves than any of its close relatives. Silvery langurs are born with orange fur, and with white hairless skin on the face, hands, and feet. The young are cared for communally by females. (Wiki.)

Baby Silver Leaf Langur With Females.

The Silvered Leaf Monkey or the Silvery Langur, is an Old World monkey. It is arboreal, living in coastal, mangrove, and riverine forests in Peninsular Malaysia, Sumatra, and Borneo. The silvery langur is a specialist folivore, including a higher proportion of leaves in its diet than any other colobine monkey. Although it does also eat fruit, and some seeds and flowers, these comprise only 9% of the diet, and it is also able to feed on tougher and more mature leaves than any of its close relatives. Silvery langurs are born with orange fur, and with white hairless skin on the face, hands, and feet. The young are cared for communally by females. (Wiki.)

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Thursday, March 31
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The Cottontop Tamarin (Saguinus oedipus), also known as the Pinché Tamarin, is a small New World monkey weighing less than 1lb (0.5 kg). It is found in tropical forest edges and secondary forests where it is arboreal and diurnal. The Cottontop Tamarin vocalizes with birdlike whistles, soft chirping  sounds, high-pitched trilling, and staccato calls. Researchers say its  repertoire of 38 distinct sounds is unusually sophisticated, conforming  to grammatical rules and able to express curiosity, fear, dismay,  playfulness, warnings, joy, and calls to young. The population in the wild is estimated at about 6000 with only 2000 adults, meaning that this species is critically endangered.(Wiki.)                                                                                       

The Cottontop Tamarin (Saguinus oedipus), also known as the Pinché Tamarin, is a small New World monkey weighing less than 1lb (0.5 kg). It is found in tropical forest edges and secondary forests where it is arboreal and diurnal. The Cottontop Tamarin vocalizes with birdlike whistles, soft chirping sounds, high-pitched trilling, and staccato calls. Researchers say its repertoire of 38 distinct sounds is unusually sophisticated, conforming to grammatical rules and able to express curiosity, fear, dismay, playfulness, warnings, joy, and calls to young. The population in the wild is estimated at about 6000 with only 2000 adults, meaning that this species is critically endangered.(Wiki.)                                                                                       

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