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, такого количества чёрных африканских страусов я ещё не видела🙈. Взрослый самец весит 120-150 кг, а самка 100-120 кг. А ещё там есть страусы Эму, северный олень, косуля, ослик, лиса, енот🦝, павлины🦚 , як, цапля, верблюдица🐫 Актау, лама🦙,фазаны, козы🐐 индюки🦃 и разные породы кур 🐓! Эмоции исключительно положительные, обязательно повторим поездку, но уже летом!
#башкортостан #зоопарк #страус #ostrich #bashkortostan #zoo #инзелга #великолепныйстраус #верблюд #павлин #camel #peacock #ожизньтыпрекрасна
Arguably one of the cutest animals on the plant, the tarsier is the worlds smallest primate! It only grows to a maximum of 16 cm in height and is considered extremely endangered. It is indigenous to only 3 southeast asian countries: Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines. This little critter can turn its head nearly 360 degrees but can't more its enchanting eyeballs even 1 mm. 🙈
Sad news, as much as I know you want to hold, and hug these tiny little love balls, you should not try and touch them. They have developed highly sensitive survival defense which streams a constant flow of adrenaline and norepinephrine to their brains. In basic terms they are very nervous and constantly in a state of fight or flight...without much fight. It's rumored that they are so nervous that even the startling sound of a snapping tree branch can give them a massive pulmonary embolism, so please, if you visit them, respect their privacy, act in a calm manner, don't speak loudly and just enjoy sharing a wonderful moment with them. 😞
We were able to capture the Tarsier at the Bohol Tarsier Sanctuary, where they live in a natural habitat with plenty of room to move around, find safety, interact with other tarsiers, and feel a sense of security. This is not the case at the Tarsier Conservatory on Bohol. Treatment of the animals is considered poor at best by a number of experts and we don't recommend a visit. 🚫
This little guy is named Charlie. His name comes from the fact that he is considered the most sociable and entertaining of the 9 Tarsiers at the sanctuary but doesn't make a peep i.e. Charlie Chaplin. We certainly spent the most time with him on our walk through the jungle and have built a deep and empathetic connection with the beautiful creations of nature. 😍🐒 💡 Fun Fact: Every morning at the Sanctuary, workers must hunt for the 9 Tarsiers so they can help animal lovers see them. They said they had to close on several occasions because they couldn't find a single one. I guess we were luck to have been there on a day where they found 7! And 6 of them were awake during the day!