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San Diego Zoo's Animal Bytes: Kangaroo and Wallaby
When a kangaroo senses danger, it alerts its fellows by thumping its feet loudly on the ground! They can also communicate with each other by grunting, ...
San Diego Zoo's Recipes for Kids: Kangaroo Kabobs
Can you land with both feet at the same time? How much distance can you cover? Have all your guests join in a kangaroo jumping contest. If their feet don't ...
San Diego Zoo Blogs » Blog Archive » Bear Awareness Days
Also, another tip is to get a Zoo membership which gives you free admission to the Zoo and WAP. The past 2 summers, I've gotten coupons for ...
San Diego Zoo's Recipes for Kids: Dandy Duck Dip Served With Quackers
Dandy Duck Dip Served with Quackers. Ducks come in as many sizes, shapes, and colors as crackers do, so let's get "quacking" and create a dandy duck snack ...
San Diego Zoo's Animal Bytes: Rhinoceros
Wild Animal Park: northern white rhinos Ceratotherium simum cottoni, southern white rhinos Ceratotherium simum simum, East African black rhinos Diceros ...
San Diego Zoo's Animal Bytes: Ladybug
Get accurate information in an easy-to-read style about ladybugs from the San Diego Zoo's Animal Bytes. ... Life span: up to 1 year. Incubation: 5 to 8 days ...
San Diego Zoo's Animal Bytes: Ladybug
There is nothing ladylike about a ladybug's appetite: an adult may eat up to 75 aphids per day! They also eat other harmful insects like fruit flies, ...
San Diego Zoo's Animal Bytes: Ladybug
Get accurate information in an easy-to-read style about ladybugs from the San Diego Zoo's Animal Bytes. Buy tickets online and plan a visit to the Zoo or ...
Plants: Species
Ice cream bean trees Inga vera get their English name from their "beans," which ... You'll see one of the Zoo's larger ice cream bean trees behind the back ...
Polar Bear Plunge
Webcam of the polar bear exhibit at the San Diego Zoo. Also contains fun facts.
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