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Pocha and Guillermina – How Do You Pronounce Their Names?

With recent updates about the Mendoza girls relocation, some of you have asked how to say Pocha and Guillermina’s names, so we asked Scott to give you an official pronunciation. You can hear him speak both ladies’ names, plus the ecoparque’s nickname for Guillermina.

Make sure your volume is up so you can hear Scott’s message.

Comments(14)

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    Alana says

    Beautiful girls, beautiful names.

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    Patricia says

    Ah-ha! Are they named in Portuguese then? 🌸💖🌸

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      Kat Blais says

      No, Spanish, but Argentinian Spanish.

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    Nancy Shaw says

    Loved that…..Thank You!!!

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    Bobbie Stasey says

    So far have listened 6 times. So different from how I’ve been speaking them! Maybe I still need the phonetics LOL

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    Katie Howard says

    “Giji”! Is that what I heard? Adorable! 🥰

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    JoAnn Merriman-Eaton says

    Not sure if anyone else is having the problem of the film skipping to the end without sound??

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    Wim says

    Wonderful job. Very well done Scott. Going for the next elephant papal vacancy.
    🤗🐘❤️

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    Alejandra Enquin says

    Jajaja que tierno Scott ,Pocha,GuiYermina ,Guiyi🥰

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    Charlotte Hansen says

    Thank you!

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    Pierrette says

    Scott, you are Amazing 👍 how about saying just Guille 🥰🐘🐘🐨❤️

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    Anita J says

    Ooooooo…hahaha…I must admit I was listening and repeating after Scott half a day today..:-))) Beautiful names and such beautiful language..:-))…VERY sexy..:-))) Maybe we all will learn some Spanish being so engaged with you guys and the Sanctuary…I now translate all the twitts from Brazilian and Argentinian followers of GSE….amazing that we can communicate so easily and so fast from across the globe using our own languages…The times has truly changed in the last 40 years! What next??

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      Sara says

      Argentinian Spanish is a little different from what you might learn in Spain, but the language really is quite beautiful.

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    Sarah Bedford says

    Love this, thank you Scot xx

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