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Henery Doorly Zoo Omaha, Nebaraska

Discussion in 'Zoo Trips (Man Made Habitats)' started by Ariel, Oct 7, 2009.

  1. Ariel

    Ariel Arachnoprince

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    pachyderms!!

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  2. Ariel

    Ariel Arachnoprince

    Big Cats

    Ok, I've been kind of restraining myself from this one, there are so many photos, I love cats so much!!! Here it goes, this'll be a big post!!! :D

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    Lions
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    Snow Leopard (my favorite!!!)
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    Indo-chinese tiger (This girl gets her own, cause I love her to death, This is Maia, she only has three legs, but she's still an excellent mommy.

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    Cheetah (second favorite species)
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    (I though i had more pics than that...:? )
     
  3. Ariel

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    Aquatic mammels and bears. I don't Have many of either so I'm posting them together. :)

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  4. Ariel

    Ariel Arachnoprince

    Everything else

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    Three banded armadillo (I LOVE this guy. the way he runs around SOOOOOOOOOOOOO cute :p )

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    And that's the last of the pictures for now. :)
     
  5. Ariel

    Ariel Arachnoprince

    From my latest trip :D

    Went to the zoo again recently (probably the last time till the warmer months.) and here are the pics. :)

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    Some butterflies

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    Goliath bird eater (T. blondi)

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    Atlas beetle

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    Penguins

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    Giant pacific octopus

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    Eel

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    Moorish idol

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    shark

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    some awesome startfish

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    tasseled wobagong

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    Glow coral

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    eel

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    awesome shrimp

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    Sea dragon

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    Blue poison dart frog

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    Banded iguana

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    Alligator lizard

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    Peafowl

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    The ONLY primate I like the einstein tamarin. Okay, they're not really called that but I don't remember. {D

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    Pretty finch

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    Pretty snake

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    Friled dragon

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    assorted snakes

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  6. Wow Ariel! I just clicked your link here for the first time and it's awesome-picture-overload in here! And you took a picture of one of my favorite animals- an armadillo! I love the way those guys waddle! Tee hee! >_< Plus getting to see them actually ALIVE is great... and since I'm in Texas, unfortunately it's not too common either. They tend to be roadkill. Poor little guys. T_T
    Anyway, back on topic... your pictures are great! It makes me want to go to a zoo... not my zoo though. Mine sucks. :(


    EDIT: Oh yeah, and I LOVED the moth and butterfly pictures... I HAD to include that. :D
     
  7. Ariel

    Ariel Arachnoprince

    Thank you, glad you like it. :D and ya, that armadillo is the the cutest thing EVER. I've really got to get a vid of how he scuttles around. God, I could take him home he's so cute >w<

    Thanks again. :)
     
  8. eelnoob

    eelnoob Arachnobaron

    Wow so many nice pix and animals, thanks for sharing. Both of our zoos here don't even have that many animals.


    The mountain lion look kinda thin.

    Is that a albino sea turtle?
     
  9. Teal

    Teal Arachnoemperor Old Timer

    AFRICAN PAINTED DOGS!! They are so damn awesome!!

    Great pictures! I looooove Okapis and tapirs... really neat lookin' critters.

    Okay, I pretty much love everythin' you posted.. but those are my favourites LOL
     
  10. Ariel

    Ariel Arachnoprince

    Went today. it was cold, but i had fun :p

    I'm going to do this in multiple posts since I took a TON of pics.

    Butterflies up first

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  11. Ariel

    Ariel Arachnoprince

    Tarantulas (I love 'em)

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  12. Ariel

    Ariel Arachnoprince

    Other inverts

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  13. Ariel

    Ariel Arachnoprince

    aquatic Life

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  14. Ariel

    Ariel Arachnoprince

    Reptiles and Amphibians

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  15. Ariel

    Ariel Arachnoprince

    Everythin' Else

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  16. ftorres

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  17. Trace

    Trace Arachnosquire Old Timer

    Close but this is a species in the Eumegalodon Genus.

    "Dragon Head Katydid"

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    Beetles

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  18. saturniid

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    Oh Trace, how did you get so smart? ;)
     
  19. Ariel

    Ariel Arachnoprince

    Been awhile since I updated this. I've gone a few times since the last time but i'll only post up pics from my latest...

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  20. This thread is so cool! My fiancé and I are planning a trip here this summer and I knew nothing about this particular zoo until now. I'm so stoked now! Thanks so much for taking the time to post these pics Ariel!

    -ben
     
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