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... mantis pretzels up for 2 and a half hours, all that bikram comes in handy. It was a nice feeling at the same time though, all the doors and windows open and so much air flowing in and seeing the streets. It was so tropical - there were horses and puppies and palm trees everywhere. Looked like a movie. I was in a daze - I always just let my imagination just go when I'm on a bus to pass the time. When we finally arrived ash and I said 'where the **** ...
... all intervening time with Nicki and Rafiki. Poor Alana had to do all the sit outs so I could run around packing and swimming with manatees.
The sit ins were amazing and the babies were perfect as usual. I was just trying to absorb everything about the sereal experience of having five endangered baby monkeys asleep on my lap at once (yes, that happened!) I have loved a lot of animals, but I never expected to fall for so hard these five. They ...
... a spectacle.
Alana and I are finally in good routine when it comes to feeding the babies. Sadly I'm ruining it by leaving in a couple of days :( It's so nice that they are back to being themselves again!
The rest of the day was pretty standard, we moved the babies and they seemed to settle a bit faster once we got to the new cage. I've been rushing around trying to spend maximum time with Nicki and Rafiki while still seeing the babies. I reckon tomorrow will be ...
... off her cage, so now has no protection from the rain. It's ok for her because she loves rain, but I'm praying that it will be replaced before Rafiki goes back into that cage. The volunteers have divided themselves into team Nicki and team Rafiki. I have to say I am very much team Rafiki. I adore Nicki, but she is definitely the one causing all the trouble. A lot of people aren't a fan of Rafiki because he can be quite aggressive ...
... chores (a common occurance). Poor Molly!
Molly had to clean out Nicki's cage today, a job she had been putting off as Nicki is weirdly agressive and possessive at the moment. She got rather bitten by the hyperactive little capuchin, who was running all around the cage leaping at her wit incredible power for such a tiny moneky. It was quite the spectacle! Several of us were standing ...