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Meet Kate, the border collie of Bunaboom Zoo. She is super excited and ready to meet you. You can hug her and pet her, Kate doesn't mind. Collies, like Kate, are the smartest dogs you can find. She works really hard to help herd the sheep, and will assist with a rescue if that's what you need.
England and Scotland is where they first could be found, but now border collies are found all around. If you love dogs, do not hesitate. Sign up today for letters from Kate.
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Meet Derby, the horse of Bunaboom Zoo. She goes to horse shows, and has won a few, too. She can gallop really fast whenever she wants, and jumps high and jumps far whenever she jumps.
A foal is the name of a baby horse. A mane is the hair on their head, of course. If you love horses and want to learn more, that is what letters from Derby are for.
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Meet Mundane, the alpaca of Bunaboom Zoo. He grazes on grass for something to chew. Mundane is very laid back and chill. He likes to do nothing, and will. A happy alpaca will stand there and hum. It may not seem like much, but they think it's fun.
Alpacas are known for their fantastic fleece. Fleece is their wool - just like a sheep's. Alpacas like to be friends with kids. And, as a Zoo Ranger, you can be his.
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Meet Gabby, the sheep of Bunaboom Zoo. She talks all day long, baa-baa-baa, it is true. Sheep stay together when they go for a walk. They stick together as a group, known as a flock.
You can make wool from their fleece. Their milk is used to make cheese. They are more than 1 billion sheep in the world, and if you want to learn more, Gabby's your girl.
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Meet Zero, the Bunaboom Zoo goat. He would say he is the greatest of all time, if he were to gloat. Goats flock in groups to feel more at home, but a hero like Zero still has fun alone. Goat fleece, unlike sheep, never need to be sheared. Some goats, like Zero, even grow a beard.
You can find goats in mountains, valleys, on farms, and in meadows. You will learn more in Zero's letters, so when they arrive, you should open and read those.
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Meet Glory, the piglet of Bunaboom Zoo. She will eat anything, she's not picky about food. She likes to stay clean, unless there is mud, then she cools off in it while having fun.
Pigs snuggle with one another whenever they sleep. And, pigs squeal and they snort whenever they speak. If you want to hear more about Glory, she will write you a letter and tell you her story.