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Saturday, February 16, 2013

San Diego Zoo - Jan 20 and Feb 2, 2013

A friend mentioned that other day that I hadn't posted any new pictures in while, and it turns out he's right. It's not because I've not been out taking pictures, I just haven't gotten around to posting - so I'm going to try to catch up here. Here are some shots from trips to the San Diego Zoo on January 20 and February 2, 2013.

I always like watching these Gharials swimming around their pool. They do have great eyes.

Conner the Malayan Tiger looks pretty intent here as he walks toward me.

A couple of weeks later I got a few shots of his brother Christopher.

Later that same day I caught a sequence of shots of Conner in the middle of a big yawn. Taken out of context he looks like one really angry cat. 

There was a baby Takin born on February 2, we came across the little one at just a few hours old.

The North Chinese Leopard is rarely in a good spot for photos.

Gao Gao the male Panda was having a snack.

Click here to see more pictures from Sunday, January 20, 2013 at the San Diego Zoo.
Click here to see more pictures from Saturday, February 2, 2013 at the San Diego Zoo.

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