My advice would be, enjoy yourself, feel sorry for those in peril but keep your mind away, think about all the zoos you may visit afterward or...
They won’t count for my total since obviously I didn’t see them. I am still at 88.
We both got something wrong. It’s named after Nintendo great Satoru Iwata after his passing hence the creature being a ghost like deer/moose.
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OH MY GOSH look what I saw in my back yard
89. Pink Headed Duck
90. King Eider
91. Passenger Pigeon
92. Carolina Parakeet
Lucky, I still haven’t even seen a royal.
Also I missed a bird I saw both in the Dandenongs and at the growling frog
88. Fairy Martin
I have to put varying difficulty ok
Facepalms. Three of these don’t exist, one does and that’s where you can find it.
Phillip Island Wildlife Park needs a desperate revamp. Firstly the place, with the exception of Tasmanian Devils does not have species of an IUCN...
Bad exhibits in good zoos.
Moonlit Samctuarys Emu exhibit, no offence to MRJ, the zoo overall is amazing but the emu exhibit is very small and...
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What animal shares the same name as one of Solid Snakes primary antagonists.
Q2. What species of...
Im personally not a fan of NERD either but still better than underground and BHB
I’d probably choose quokka but I love hyraxes too.
Ive never seen either of them though.
Chestnut Headed Bee Eater (Merops leschenaulti)
Polytypic. Three subspecies. Found in Southern Asia.
M. l. leschenaulti
is there anyway a moderator can help with the red crosses that show up on the photos?
Rufous Crowned Bee Eater (Merops americanus)
Monotypic. Endemic to the Philippines.
This species is not found in the Zoochat gallery....
Blue Cheeked Bee Eater (Merops persicus)
Polytypic. Two subspecies. Found in Africa and Asia.
M. p. chrysocercus
M. p. persicus...
This is a guide to Coraciiformes a highly diverse order of birds, most of which have striking colours and patterns. I will follow all reasonably...
Separate names with a comma.