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Pelusa’s Bigger Than Lady Bites

I apologize, I got so caught up in trying to get a chemistry blood machine bought and shipped so it could be brought here next week by someone flying in, that I let the day slip by. Between chickens (we have 11-3 day old nuggets without a mom), tapirs and…...

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A Documentary About Pelusa And Her Life

There is a group of filmmakers working on a documentary about Pelusa and her life.  They hope to only finish after she has arrived at sanctuary. The crew behind the film are not only easy to work with and respectful of Pelusa’s space but they want to use this as…...

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Ramba’s Beautiful Sweet Smile

And to offset the dreary photo from Chile last week, here is a lovely sunny one with Ramba showcasing her beautiful sweet smile. To go with it, Consu’s update from Mother’s Day. “Happy day to one of the most beautiful mom, is our precious “mother nature”. Each one of the…...

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Pelusa’s Little Steps That Are Truly Enormous Accomplishments

  Around August of 2017, the zoo finished construction of a yard behind Pelusa’s barn. This was done to give her more space, provide her with trees and clean, unpacked dirt. Unfortunately, she has never used her new space. Her caregivers have tried to get her to go in, but…...

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A Purity To A Mother’s Love

We wish everyone a Happy Mother’s Day, whether you are a mom by genetics or by the support and love you provide. Be it to other humans or those with fur, feathers, fins or scales. There is a purity to a mother’s love that is unparalleled, it is about putting…...

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Ramba’s ‘Light’ Blanket

It’s not really cold in Chile yet, but the heater in Ramba’s barn was having issues, so Carolina put Ramba’s ‘light’ blanket on. She does have a heavier elephant blanket, but it’s not cold enough for that one just yet....

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