OK, back on topic. Yesterday, a couple of friends and I visited the Denver Zoo and the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. While I had already seen their new Toyota Elephant Passage, I did get to see a couple of things that I didn't get to last time, some of them not actually at the Elephant Passage. Although some of the pictures are not very good at all, I would still like to share a few with you. One of the most exciting things of the day was the new Amur leopard cub that was born recently. With only around 30 individuals remaining in the wild, the Amur leopard inhabits the Primorye region of southeastern Russia, and is labeled "Critically Endangered" by the IUCN. unfortunately, all of my pictures of it were terrible. I didn't get to see the clouded leopard (JUST LIKE LAST TIME. DARN), but I did get to see the fishing cat! Native to Pakistan, India, Nepal, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, the fishing cat is definitely one of my favorite animals. So here are some pictures, enjoy!
|Asian elephant catching lemons in its mouth.|
|The "Endangered" fishing cat. Unfortunately, I didn't get to see the clouded leopard again, just like last time. Darn.|