Lake Tobias Wildlife Park: School Field Trip

While Jeremy held down the fort here at home and church the girls and I headed out for a school sponsored field trip at the Lake Tobias Wildlife Park. 

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I’m sharing pictures of our day because I think the animals are awesome and I think you should go there tomorrow and think they are awesome too.

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Miss L. wouldn’t look at us. We realized she was watching the zookeepers and it was snack time.
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Messaged received.
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Wild Animal.
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Capybara-a rodent native to Central/South America
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Stunning snowy white.
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Nothing like a Bengal.
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Ostrich. I don’t know what to say about them.
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still nothing.
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Honey, I completely understand.
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Red Bottomed Baboons.
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Cute little horses.
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I was bitten on the fingers by a donkey once in college. It did not feel good.
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I think he wanted to come home with us..those eyes!
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These dudes are sacred in India.
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The Safari buses are old school buses with the tops cut off and painted cool camo colors.
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Headed out on the Safari tour.
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The animals come right up to the bus for crackers and popcorn.
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No buddy, you can’t eat the camera.
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This one comes onto the bus to say hello.
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I’m pretty certain she’s telling us about life at the park.
Biggest. Horns. I've. Ever. Seen.
Biggest. Horns. I’ve. Ever. Seen.
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Everybody wants a water buffalo.
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Momma and baby.
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and this snout belongs to…..
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This guy. A White Buffalo.
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Baby Deer were all over!
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Zonkies. I am not even kidding. These creatures are called Zonkies. Zonkey if it’s singular. A male zebra and female donkey, or male donkey and female zebra…one way or the other….one version of that union produces a Zonkey. The other version of that union produces nothing.
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Zonkey.

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