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Saturday, October 5, 2013

A dewy afternoon in Manila Zoo with Noynoy


Noynoy enjoyed his half-day tour at the Manila Zoo September this year. He saw turtles, crocodiles, snakes, elephant, hippopotamus, monkeys, tiger, zebra, and various birds. Noynoy looked for the parrot so he can practice speaking in Filipino and he found a Macaw which does not talk yet. We suggested that he stay with the bird because they eat vegetable salad or chop suey like him and he said, "Yes," while clapping his hands. 

Manila Zoo celebrated its 54th anniversary last July 25, 2013 and as reported, in 2012,  the Zoo earned an income of P33M with 691,000 adults and 272,000 children visitors. Of the the P14 M allotted for food of the animals, P300K goes to the medicine. Entrance to Manila Zoo costs P40 for adults and P20 for children. Manila residents are charged half the price.


The ring of turtles...

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Noy noy following my snake moves!
 Thank you Manang Cooky for the Photo.

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The albino snake must be very cold.

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Bringing his tongue out while imitating the wild lizard move!

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They are so good in camouflage!

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The turtles' sauna bath!

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Reindeers! Where is Rodulph noy?

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The crocodile which Noynoy pitied and volunteered to give her mommy as food! 
And her mom retorted, "You pity the crocodile, but not me?" hahahahah.
See, he is making an utmost self sacrifice. He is willing to lose a mommy for the poor crocodile.

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Bananas?

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Very far from us are the cuddling tigers.

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Pretty bird.

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The famous Mali, The Elephant.