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    A day at the Zoo

    Anne and I took the grandchildren to Whipsnade Zoo a few days ago. Amazed how many pictures were taken and how many will end on the cutting room floor.

    The animals have no respect for the camera, always moving!

    Surprised how much information the young ones had stored.


    Giraffe


    Siberian Tiger - not cut out for this




    Rockhopper Penguin


    More to follow.


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    Re: A day at the Zoo

    Thank you for sharing, nice photos with lots of detail. I have never been to Whipsnade Zoo, but am looking forward to seeing more photos from your day out
    Best wishes
    Phil

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    Re: A day at the Zoo

    Quote Originally Posted by Gate Keeper View Post
    Thank you for sharing, nice photos with lots of detail. I have never been to Whipsnade Zoo, but am looking forward to seeing more photos from your day out

    Hi Phil -

    Thanks for commenting.


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    Re: A day at the Zoo

    We spent over six hours appreciating the many species the zoo had to offer and needed perhaps another six hours to cover the extensive grounds and animals.

    The weather remained dry but overcast until the last hour of our visit when the sun and blue skies appeared.

    Asian Elephant


    Grvy's Zebra



    Lions - what's cooking?



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    Re: A day at the Zoo

    Thanks for sharing these lovely moments Barr1e.
    Ross
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    Re: A day at the Zoo

    Very nice pictures Barr1e. The penguin looks cool with its "fancy haircut" and red eyes.

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