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Hot Day for a Dragon



I met this very easy going, very large squirrel outside the zoo to-day. He made some noise to get my attention then climbed up on a fence to be level with my chest and we looked at each other for a minute. I'm guessing he must have been expecting something from the human walking on the path where he's probably used to seeing a steady stream of tourists. Gods know what they've been feeding him.





I got out of class over an hour early to-day. The teacher wasn't feeling well. So, since I now have a four month zoo pass, I decided I'd drop in. I'd been wanting to see the gorillas again. And I did see one, sleeping in the shade, right against the glass:



Too much glare for the picture to come out properly.

The gorilla may have been put out by the 99 Fahrenheit weather to-day. The Komodo dragon seemed a little more lively, also right against the glass:



I had the dragon to myself for a few minutes--the zoo was pretty lightly crowded. We blinked at each other.



And it was feeding time for the giant tortoises:




This picture already has turtles and a crocodile:



But look at another shot of the same thing at a different exposure:



Another crocodile was there all along.

All the reptiles were energetic. The little turtles in the nearby aquariums were quite busy:







I asked if they had any message they wanted me to convey on my blog and one said, "Yeah--'Fuck Michael Bay.'"

There was a big, open air turtle enclosure nearby but for some reason the only animal I saw in it was this snake:




I have a Tumblr now. You can find it here. I'm not quite sure yet what its purpose will be yet. I may just use it to post doodles or random screenshots from movies.
Tags: animal, gorialla, komodo dragon, photograph, tortoise, tumblr, turtle, zoo
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