I'm supposed to post on Friday.
I had forgotten to finish and schedule the post.
So, while technically I am getting a post up while it is still Friday, it's not a normal type post.
I suppose the life lesson there could be that everyone makes mistakes?
Anyway, since I have nothing else to share, here's some interesting things I learned at the zoo today:
|GIRAUD Patrick via Wikimedia Commons|
- The bald eagle has made a sufficient comeback and is no longer an endangered species.
|via Wikimedia Commons|
- It is not a good idea to take three small children to the zoo and forget your stroller. Fortunately, they rent them there.
- Sheep poop in a scattering of little tiny pellets.
|Sogning, via Wikimedia Commons|
- The manatee has some of the densest bones on the planet.
- My son has no fear of animals. Two goats butting heads in the middle of the petting zoo? Bring it on. He'll placate them and feed them hay.
|Ikiwaner (Own work), via Wikimedia Commons|
- Zebras are cuter as babies than as adults. I suppose this is true of many species, humans included sometimes. But it seems surprisingly true of Zebras.
|André Karwath, via Wikimedia Commons|
What's the most interesting thing you've ever learned at a zoo?