Hello Kids!! Here we are again with another video of I’m a kid.Excited to know where we will go today!! Last time there were some amazing friends we couldn’t visit at the zoo.Today its time to see some amazing unseen animal friends in the Zoo. Want to go out and meet them today!!! Okay okay, let’s hurry they are waiting!! To watch our other videos about animals in the zoo visit Amazing Animals and Reptiles in the Zoo | I’m a kid.
watch movie “the jungle book ” with lots of jungle friends” !!
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Let’s meet amazing unseen animal friends in the Zoo !!
That’s a chimpanzee. Kids, chimpanzees are called primates and are related to us, humans. He can walk on his two feet and he has posable thumbs, nice for peeling bananas and giving thumbs up. Look at him go– this is one smart creature. Did you know chimps have a large brain? Yes, they can actually trick you into giving them food. Oh, would you look at that?
You see that? That there is an Orangutan. They have a reddish-brown coat and very long arms. Orangutans have no tail. They are very deliberate creatures, slow and wise in their nature. Don’t be mistaken by their gentleness, they are really strong.
Look, kids that’s the White-breasted Sea eagle, they are also known as the White-bellied Sea-eagle. Did you know that White-bellied Sea eagles are the second largest birds of prey? That’s right. As you can see, their body is mostly white and grey. If only we could watch them fly.
Moving on kids, this is a dragon–no, not the one that breathes fire– a Komodo dragon. They are huge reptiles and they lay eggs.
This is a mule. Kids, did you know that the mule is an offspring of a male donkey and a female horse? That’s right, you can see the resemblance. Feeding time friends. Did you see those grass? Mules are herbivorous animals.
This is a nilgai. It looks like an antelope, doesn’t it? Nilgais can usually be found in Asia, and they are a type of antelope. Oh look, our friend here let a black crow sit on him, and he’s looking right at us.
What are those? They’re called the sika deer. They do look like Santa’s reindeers. This one has a beautiful long horn and white spots on his body.
Kids, that is called the African elephant. He may look small now but when he grows he’ll become one of the largest land animals in the world.
Can you see those lovely tusks? Beautiful, they can protect themselves with it. Did you know that they have four toenails on the front foot and three on their hind foot?
So, kids, this is where we say Goodbye. I hope you had fun, see you again in our next I’m a kid video.To learn more about African elephants click here.
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