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Anonymous said: Yay! Welcome back. :)

Thanks ^^ Glad to know at least one person is happy to have me return :P

My deepest apologies for not being active for several months but life has been pretty hectic. 
I will be returning to posting regularly to the blog, so for those followers who have been patient, I thank you. To the new followers, welcome aboard. I will try to be as informative and as entertaining as possible.

My deepest apologies for not being active for several months but life has been pretty hectic. 

I will be returning to posting regularly to the blog, so for those followers who have been patient, I thank you. To the new followers, welcome aboard. I will try to be as informative and as entertaining as possible.

Update

Thank you to my most recent followers for deciding to follow me ^^
At the moment I’m fairly inactive due to the many commitments I have in my life right now, however I promise to resume my regular posting when I can.

nerdrvt:

If he were alive today, can you imagine what Steve Irwin would say about the WA shark cull, and the destruction of the Great Barrier Reef?

Anonymous said: do you have any pictures of the parents to the baby caimans

No I don’t. The parents are in a different park but as that park didn’t have space for these babies, we took them in instead.

wild-earth said: I met Steve Irwin when I was a kid. Such a nice guy :)

One of the things I always wanted to do was to meet him and thank him for doing what he did. It was because of him I got interested in crocs, so in a way, I owe my life and future to him. It upsets me that I’ll never be able to shake his hand and thank him for that. 
However, by continuing his work in my own way, I know his spirit will be with me ;3

biomedcentral:

The development of a baby crocodile in the womb.
DID YOU KNOW: Crocodiles have very sensitive skin. Crocodile skin reveals sensors that no other vertebrate has! The crocodile boasts a wide variety of multisensory microorgans that detect chemical, thermal, & mechanical changes in their environment. These many sensors are grouped together in organs called Dome Pressure Receptors. These domes are built into the crocodile’s armor-like skin - protecting & detecting. 
Check out our blog to learn more: http://bit.ly/13iVSAm

Pretty sure they mean in the egg, as crocodiles do not give birth to live young. Interesting image all the same.

biomedcentral:

The development of a baby crocodile in the womb.

DID YOU KNOW: Crocodiles have very sensitive skin. Crocodile skin reveals sensors that no other vertebrate has! The crocodile boasts a wide variety of multisensory microorgans that detect chemical, thermal, & mechanical changes in their environment. These many sensors are grouped together in organs called Dome Pressure Receptors. These domes are built into the crocodile’s armor-like skin - protecting & detecting. 


Check out our blog to learn more: http://bit.ly/13iVSAm

Pretty sure they mean in the egg, as crocodiles do not give birth to live young. 
Interesting image all the same.

Apologies yet again for my lack of posting. Life’s pretty hectic for me right now. In the hopes of forgiveness I present you all with a photo of 9 of our baby caimans ;3

Apologies yet again for my lack of posting. Life’s pretty hectic for me right now. 
In the hopes of forgiveness I present you all with a photo of 9 of our baby caimans ;3