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January 5, 2006
The Los Angeles Zoo is pleased has announced the birth of two different primate species at the Zoo. On Dec. 5, a golden cheeked gibbon was born; on Dec. 12 a Kikuyu colobus monkey. The golden cheeked gibbon is a species of lesser ape that inhabits the rain forests of Cambodia, Vietnam, and Laos. The gibbon is regarded as the greatest acrobat of the animal kingdom. Its long arms (which are 40% longer than its legs) help it swing through the forest. The young gibbon is able to cling to its mother's fur unaided as she leaps and swings through the trees and ropes of her zoo home.
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January 12, 2006
Looking for a creative way to arouse your Valentine's inner animal? Take your mate to "Woo at the Zoo: Sexy Beast," an adults-only event presented by the Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association (GLAZA) at the Zoo at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 12. The afternoon fund-raiser, benefiting GLAZA's animal "adoption" program, includes a humorous -- and factual -- presentation by animal educator and actress Joleen Lutz spotlighting fascinating facts about the erotic lives of animals. "Woo at the Zoo" features a guided VIP tour of the Zoo's "sexy species," a dessert reception and an opportunity to meet Monkey Love author and Zoo publications editor Brenda Royce Scott.
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January 12, 2006
Looking for a creative way to arouse your Valentine's inner animal? Take your mate to "Woo at the Zoo: Sexy Beast," an adults-only event presented by the Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association (GLAZA) at the Zoo at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 12. The afternoon fund-raiser, benefiting GLAZA's animal "adoption" program, includes a humorous -- and factual -- presentation by animal educator and actress Joleen Lutz spotlighting fascinating facts about the erotic lives of animals. "Woo at the Zoo" features a guided VIP tour of the Zoo's "sexy species," a dessert reception and an opportunity to meet Monkey Love author and Zoo publications editor Brenda Royce Scott.
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January 5, 2006
The Los Angeles Zoo is pleased has announced the birth of two different primate species at the Zoo. On Dec. 5, a golden cheeked gibbon was born; on Dec. 12 a Kikuyu colobus monkey. The golden cheeked gibbon is a species of lesser ape that inhabits the rain forests of Cambodia, Vietnam, and Laos. The gibbon is regarded as the greatest acrobat of the animal kingdom. Its long arms (which are 40% longer than its legs) help it swing through the forest. The young gibbon is able to cling to its mother's fur unaided as she leaps and swings through the trees and ropes of her zoo home.
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