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May 2017

zoo – sweetcatstime

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#cats #cat #catsofinstagram #kitty #instacat #catstagram #kitten #meow #kittens #instacats #catlover #gatos #catlovers #kitties #neko #猫 #ilovemycat #catoftheday #gato #ねこ #ilovecats #crazycatlady #catsofig #catsagram #catlady #caturday #catlove #ネコ #cats_of_

zoo – turtle

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Advice from a sea turtle: Swim with the current, Be a good navigator, Stay calm under pressure, Be well traveled, Think long term, Age gracefully, Spend time at the beach πŸ’β €
#turtles #seaturtle #seaturtles #sealife #seaworld #sea #ocean #animalplanet #animallover #animallovers #aquarium #fish #coral #reef #diving #tortoise #pets #pet #petstagram #zoo #animallovers #animalsofinstagram #animals #animal #wildlife #cute #adorableβ €
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Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden – cincinnatizoo

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Happy #WorldOtterDay to our otters, Sugar & Wesley! Ranging over much of North America, the river otter survives anywhere with access to abundant prey and clean water. With a streamlined body, webbed feet, muscular tail, flexible body, and waterproof fur, otters are designed for swimming in search of fish, crayfish, and other aquatic creatures to eat. The river otter is famous for its playful antics – mud sliding, water sports and manipulating objects – which increases coordination and sharpens hunting skills. Fast Facts: An otter has 450,000 hairs per square inch – while underwater, an otter’s ears and nostrils close up tight to keep out water – an otter can dive as deep as 60 feet – an otter can hold its breath underwater for eight minutes! #otter #worldotterday #northamericanriverotter #riverotter #cincinnatizoo #cincinnati #closeenoughtocare