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Baby Gorilla

Baby Gorilla

A baby highland mountain gorilla at Bwindi Impenetrable forest in Uganda. Look at other posts in the Uganda section for more information about trekking with the Gorillas.

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Chimpanzee

This photo was take in the Kibale Forest in Uganda. Seeing the chimps at Kibale is similar to seeing the gorillas at Bwindi impenetrable forest; in order to see either of these amazing animals you need to trek, which means walk through the forest (no paths) and follow a tracker until you find what you are looking for. When we went we had a little bit more difficulty seeing the chimps than we had seeing the gorillas, but as with seeing any animals, it really just depends on your luck. Even though it was a bit hard, we still got a really good look at the chimps, and the trek was absolutely beautiful. As with seeing the gorillas, you want to make sure you are prepared before you do the trek; bring water and make sure you have appropriate hiking attire. I recommend a go if you’re up for the hike!

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Green Frog

another one from the Cal Academy of Sciences. Seriously, if you can, go. It’s super awesome!

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Little Eel

a tiny eel pokes its head out of some pinky marine scenery. Taken at the Cal Academy of Sciences in San Francisco, California

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Baby Ostriches

Taken at the Cal Academy of Sciences in San Francisco. If you are in the area, and really into science or if you have kids that are really into science, then I would highly recommend a visit here. I went on a field trip for one of my classes and I absolutely loved it. There’s an indoor rainforest, a swamp exhibit, a planetarium, an albino alligator, and much more! The museum isn’t super big, but there is plenty to see and it’s a lot of fun!

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Otter

A cute otter hanging out at Moss Landing State beach. I’d recommend going over here if you are visiting Santa Cruz or Monterey, It’s just a little turn off (you may want to get directions so you don’t miss it) But these otters are over here pretty much all the time, and there are seals too. It’s pretty awesome 🙂

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Langur

This is a picture of (a super cute) Grey Langur in Sri Lanka. These little dudes are really cool, and we saw a lot of them. Don’t let these guys too close to you, I didn’t have any problems with this, but I would assume that they (like most monkeys) like to take stuff; especially anything shiny, like sunglasses, or any kind of food. Just keep in mind that they are wild animals and you shouldn’t be scared of them, but approach with caution.

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