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Saturday, April 11, 2020

A Little Different Kind of Zoo Animal

Last June we spent a few hours at the San Diego Zoo's Safari Park.  It was cloudy that morning, so I took advantage of the fairly flat light to get some photos of these otherwise hard to capture zoo animals . . . sort of.

There were Lions . . .

There were Tigers . . . 

And even Bears.

The Fishing Cat was pretty cool . . .

. . . And so was the Cheetah.

They even had a Red Panda . . . 

. . . and a Giant Panda.

Click here to see a more images from the San Diego Zoo Safari Park in June of 2019, mostly of the carousel animals, and a few flowers too.

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