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Victory Jackpot motorcycle

Victory Jackpot motorcycle

Pictured at the car show at Columbian Park, by the Columbian Park Zoo, in Lafayette, Indiana, Sunday August 5th, 2012.

Posted by cjp02 on 2012-08-05 21:13:01

Tagged: , Victory , Jackpot , motorcycle , car , show , columbian , park , zoo , lafayette , indiana , custom , classic , vintage , veteran , restored , truck , hot , rod

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Pretty in pink …

Pretty in pink ...

Here’s a shot of a flamingo I took while on a recent trip to the Milwaukee County Zoo. This flamingo was cleaning itself when it made a figure eight with it’s neck.

Posted by eric lee pearson on 2011-08-15 01:25:09

Tagged: , flamingo , milwaukee , zoo , milwaukee county zoo pink

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The Life Cycle of GORILLAS: Where do baby Gorilas come from?

Adult males are called silverbacks because a saddle of gray or silver-colored hair develops on their backs with age. The hair on their backs is shorter than on most other body parts, and their arm hair is especially long. Fully erect, males reach 1.9 m (6 ft 3 in) in height, with an arm span of 2.6 m (8 ft 6 in) and weigh 220 kg (490 lb).[11] The tallest silverback recorded was a 1.94 m (6 ft 4 in) with arm span of 2.7 m (8 ft 10 in), a chest of 1.98 m (6 ft 6 in) and weigh 219 kg (483 lb), shot in Alimbongo, northern Kivu in May 1938. There’s an unconfirmed record of another individual, shot in 1932, that was 2.06 m (6 ft 9 in) and weighed 218.6 kg (482 lb). The heaviest silverback recorded was a 1.83 m (6 ft) shot in Ambam, Cameroon which weighed about 266 kg (586 lb).[12]

The mountain gorilla is primarily terrestrial and quadrupedal. However, it will climb into fruiting trees if the branches can carry its weight, and it is capable of running bipedally up to 6 m (20 ft).[citation needed] Like all great apes other than humans, its arms are longer than its legs. It moves by knuckle-walking (like the common chimpanzee, but unlike the bonobo and both orangutan species), supporting its weight on the backs of its curved fingers rather than its palms.[citation needed]

The mountain gorilla is diurnal, most active between 6:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.[citation needed] Many of these hours are spent eating, as large quantities of food are needed to sustain its massive bulk. It forages in early morning, rests during the late morning and around midday, and in the afternoon it forages again before resting at night. Each gorilla builds a nest from surrounding vegetation to sleep in, constructing a new one every evening. Only infants sleep in the same nest as their mothers. They leave their sleeping sites when the sun rises at around 6 am, except when it is cold and overcast; then they often stay longer in their nests.[13]


“Aardvark” Animal World

Aardvark Animal Documentary

Animals World

Kingdom: Animalia
Subkingdom: Eumetazoa
Phylum: Craniata
Subphylum: Vertebrate
Class: Mammalia
Subclass: Theria
Order: Tubulidentata (tubule-toothed)
Family: Orycteropodidae (ant bear)
Genus and species: Orycteropus afer
Geographical location: Africa, from Egypt to the Cape of Good Hope
Habitat: Open woodland, scrub, brushland
Gestational period: Seven months
Life span: Eight to ten years
Special anatomy: Chisel-shaped claws to break open hard clay of termite nests; a sticky tongue; twenty teeth that grow continually throughout its lifetime

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