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THE GIANT PANDA

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BAM

Meet Bam, the giant panda of Bunaboom Zoo. There is nothing he loves more than to chew on bamboo. Despite his large size, you might be surprised to learn pandas are not just great bamboo finders, they're excellent swimmers and fantastic climbers.

​In southwest China is where you find pandas like Bam, one of the rarest mammals throughout the land.

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THE RED PANDA

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PANDORA

Meet Pandora, the red panda of Bunaboom Zoo. Just like giant pandas, she eats a lot of bamboo. She is an excellent climber, and you can find her up high in a tree doing acrobatic stunts that you would not believe.

Red pandas are found in China, Nepal, and Myanmar. Get letters from Pandora if you would like to know more.

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THE SLOTH

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SLOW MO

Meet Slow Mo, the sloth of Bunaboom Zoo. When it comes to Mo, there is not a lot he will do. He sleeps during most if not all of the day, but when he is awake he likes to play.

Central and South America are where most sloths call home, and if you want to know more, then just ask Slow Mo.

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THE ANTEATER

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SNOOT

Meet Snoot, the anteater of Bunaboom Zoo. Ants and termites are his favorite food. He does not have teeth, but his tongue has a long reach. Snoot can stick out his tongue about as long as two feet. 

Central and South America is where you can find an anteater like Snoot. He walks on his knuckles like gorillas all do. If you want to learn more about them, Snoot would be happy to tell you about him.

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THE PANGOLINS

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PING & PONG

Meet Ping and Pong, the pangolin twins of Bunaboom Zoo. Pangolins eat ants and termites just as anteaters do. They are the only mammals that have scales. And like skunks, watch out for a stink spray by their tails. 

Africa and Asia are where pangolins live. If you want to learn more, Ping and Pong have more information to give.

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THE KINKAJOU

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KOKOMO

Meet Kokomo, the kinkajou of Bunaboom Zoo. Though not a primate, she does the same things that primates all do. She likes to climb trees, and can hang from her tail for hours. She eats fruit from trees and nectar from flowers.

Central and South America are were kinkajous can be found. To learn more ask Kokomo. How does that sound?

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