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Butterfly Smorgasbord

Rose Drops

Viagra Corpse Flower

 

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Japanese Garden
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Baboon Zoo Baby

Bronze Beauties

More Bronze Beauties

Central Park Zoo

Gorillas of the Bronx

Da Bronx Zoo

Dog Beach

Prospect Park Brooklyn

Independence Day 4 July NYC

 

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Halloween

Halloween Parade 08
WTC 911 Moonscape

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Dinosaurs

Dinosaur Diorama

Birds at the Museum

Ice Age Mammals

Armory Art

NYC Subway

High Rise Brooklyn Boids

Intrepid Museum Nuke Sub

Intrepid Air & Space Museum

 

A Really Cool Zoo in Brooklyn, New York?   I was born in Brooklyn.  I live in Brooklyn.  And the Brooklyn Zoo is great!  One of the coolest sections is the Nature Walk where you can literally walk into a Kangaroo.  I love Kangaroos.  I love Baboons. I love 'em all. But really I'm nuts about Meerkats and Baboon kids.

AND DON'T FORGET TO SCROLL DOWN BELOW THE ZOO PHOTOS TO SEE THOSE OF ITS FARM.  YUP, THE BROOKLYN ZOO HAS A MINI-FARM, REPLETE WITH FARM ANIMALS.  THIS MIGHT NOT MEAN MUCH TO YOU IN RURAL AREAS, BUT IT'S A WONDER FOR US URBAN FOLKS.

Meerkats aren't cats.  They're in the Mongoose family.  They will eat anything, including Scorpions, small snakes and Big Macs.  In the Brooklyn zoo, they live in their own environment behind a sheet of glass.  While a Meerkat family is called a " gang," they don't steal hubcaps but they do have fun.  And Baboon kids, well.. they're like any others.  They usually want attention at the wrong time.

WANNA SEE 'EM in MOVIES?

Just double click the Play button to the right.

 Clicking on thumbnail photo will bring up a larger photo for your viewing.

           
PROSPECT PARK ZOO FARM

We urban folk go crazy over this stuff.  Growing up in Brooklyn NY, I got to pet the trunk and feed an Elephant at the age of eight.  I also got to feed a Polar Bear a nice Kosher Frankfurter at that age, although I wasn't supposed to.  I didn't see an actual cow until my late 20's, running over to rub it's ears to her appreciative Mooooo's. 

On the other hand, my lovely wife comes from a rural farming community.  None of this is a big deal to her, although she didn't see an Elephant until coming to New York City in her early 20's.  So here it is for you urbanites. 

Our Cow died of old age to the tears of children.  But we got a new Cow and she was pregnant.  She recently gave birth and as you can see by many of the photos, I was captivated by how maternal she was to her newborn calf.  It was almost enough to make me give up eating meat..... almost.

 

   

 

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[Puppy to Adult] [Brooklyn Aquarium] [Napoleon's Freedom Flight] [Japanese Garden]

[Botanic Gardens] [Coney Island] [Halloween] [WTC 911 Moonscape] [Mammals] [Dinosaurs] [Armory Art]

[NYC Subway] [Brooklyn Zoo] [Eyes] [Bronze Beauties] [Bonsai & Orchids] [Central Park Zoo]

[Dinosaur Diorama] [Birds at the Museum] [Doggie Snow Play] [More Bronze Beauties] [Baboon Zoo Baby]

[Cherry Blossoms] [A Bug's Eye View] [Butterfly Smorgasbord] [Gorillas of the Bronx] [Da Bronx Zoo]

[Rose Drops] [Frisbee Frolics] [Viagra Corpse Flower] [High Rise Brooklyn Boids] [Ice Age Mammals]

[Park Slope Brooklyn]

 

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Unless otherwise stipulated, photos and text copyright Michael G. Leventhal