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Old 03-18-04, 12:53 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Pics from last summer..

Well, after seeing all Marisa's pics from the Zoo, i decided to go through the pics i took last summer while there. I never did get around to posting them, so why not do it now..

We Spotted Big Foot as soon as we got there!! (Damn Close!!)







At Lunch, this little bugger wouldnt leave Nick (Chappy) Alone..

















better the late then never, right?? Thanks for looking..
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Awesome pics Matt

geeze that guys' feet are huge woo, I saw em first :P
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Better late than never is right. Very nice pics!
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nice pics but whats the snake in the second last pick?
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good question.. That was a long time ago and i can't remember for the life of me.. Im sure someone will know though :/
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awesome, i live like 10 mins away from the toronto zoo

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It's called a Spilotes pullatus or Tiger Ratsnake. It's one of the largest in the ratsnake family.
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Thanks for the clarification Tim.. I honestly wanted to say that, but i didnt wanna be way off..
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I've seen one of Ryan and Sheila's (not sure if they have more than one) and it is an impressive snake to say the least.
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LOL!!! You got jokes EH???

Come on man I think you're pushing it a little, his feet weren't that big, poor guy.

Nice pics bro, I remember that damn bird ate half my lunch.
We should go again this year!!

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Awesome pics. I definately have to take the kids up sometime.
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Come on man I think you're pushing it a little, his feet weren't that big, poor guy.
You refer to yourself in the third person now eh?? LMAO..
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Sweet pics Matt!

Does everyone know this bird?
<img src="http://8snakes.myftp.org/marisa/zoo/bird.jpg">

This guy dive bombs people everytime I am there! Such a neat bird though.

If you guys go again in the summer, tell me! I want to have a chance at pushing Matt into the monkey enclosure! LOL

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Kukabara is my guess....They are crazy little birds that have an attitude.
I really gotta go to the Zoo again. I keep saying ill go each summer but never do. It seems like they have quite the reptile display now.
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