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  1. Catwhisperer says

    I can’t believe I went to Longleat a few months ago, was there for 8 hours, and still didn’t manage to get down to the lake to see the gorillas! And the sea lions. And the Hippos. And who knows what else I missed? To think that I scoffed at the concept of a two-day pass… I suppose it’s the perils of going somewhere with a 5-year-old who might want to go and play in the adventure playground and boring stuff like that.

  2. says

    I love, love, love gorillas, they’re such fascinating creatures

    I suppose it’s the perils of going somewhere with a 5-year-old who might want to go and play in the adventure playground and boring stuff like that.

    I had the great fortune of my most beloved husband watching over our two brats feeding the goats while I could go down and see the gorillas when we wnet to a zoo recently.
    Funny enough, the two gorilla-kids I watched there behaved exactly like my kids, too. With the difference of being able to hang upside down from the ropes.

  3. Catwhisperer says

    Ha, so you could have just stuck with your own kids!

    I’m not really complaining. I got some great photos of one of the tigers, and I saw the baby anteater, which was cute beyond words. Anyway, what it means is that I’ll have to go back another time…!

  4. Godless Heathen says

    Does anyone else think of Justin Bieber rather than the BBC when someone says “the beeb?”

    Because my first thought was: Why does Justin Bieber have a slideshow about gorillas on his website?

    And my second thought was: Why does Ophelia follow Justin Biebers website? :-)

  5. Claire Ramsey says

    The pictures are so touching. I had to get out my hanky. Sniff Sniff. “Gorilla Joy” is my watchword of the day.

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