Testing Sony TX9 today.
The lioness performed nicely on movie mode by playing with her mate – who was too sleepy to respond. Fish is an Arowana in the Nocturnal exhibit. He’s been there for years and is my favorite.
No hippopotamus’ in the Sydney zoo to the best of my knowledge, I’m not sure about rhinoceros.
Taipei zoo is smaller and in many respects more visitor friendly than the Sydney zoo.
No queues today for the panda exhibit. Panda’s were separated and appeared more playful.
Lioness sees a foreigner with a camera!
Arowana pictured in nocturnal exhibit section, Taipei Zoo
There is a golden colored one of this in the foyer of my hotel. I’m sure it recognizes me when I make a certain movement with my hands.
I made ‘friends’ with the fish by video taping its movements for a few minutes – then playing the images back to the fish.
I’m positive this did something positive. We underestimate the intelligence of many creatures.
Filming in the dark with an infra-red light. Judging by the expression on this bird….owls can see the light but we human’s don’t. This was in Taipei Zoo’s nocturnal exhibits.
This beautiful big cat was seen chewing on tips of fresh grass.
Medicine for animals and also people. Cats and dogs often chew the tips of grass.
A special version of rye grass is being grown by a friend in Melbourne, Australia with the juice serving a similar medicinal purpose for people.
Oralmat is the product. Google it for details.
It works for many conditions. It is sold through chemist shops in Australia.