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THE LEMUR

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SPUNKY

Meet Spunky, the ring-tailed lemur of Bunaboom Zoo. She's a super cool girl, and super smart, too. ​When it comes to her group, she calls it a troop, and when it comes time for food, she can't eat enough fruit. She loves to have fun in the sun, but when she is done, nothing beats a cool breeze while hanging from trees. 

Lemurs are found on the island of Madagascar, and if you want to know more, you'll just have to ask her.

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THE GIBBON

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YACKITY

Meet Yackity, the gibbon of Bunaboom Zoo. Climbing high up in trees is what she likes to do. When it's time to eat, she jumps with a leap to catch birds for a treat.

Southeast Asia is where gibbons are found with white fur, no tail, and a rather loud sound. She has a lot to say, and loves to be heard, and you can read all about it in letters from her.

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THE GORILLA

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MAJOR

Meet Major, the gorilla of Bunaboom Zoo. He likes to wrestle and fight, do you like that too? When Major gets hungry he likes plants, worms, and bugs. And then cuddles at night with his mom for some hugs.

Gorillas can be found on the ground up in tree-covered mountains walking around. In his letters you will read of more features of these amazing African creatures.

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THE MANDRILL

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MANNY

Meet Manny, the mandrill - the colorful cousin of the baboon. He is a lovable, gullible, goofy buffoon. He might look and smell funky, but what do you expect of the world's largest monkey?

African rain forests are places you can find monkeys with blue and red faces. If mandrills are animals you are interested in, get letters from Manny and read about him.

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THE MANDRILL

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ZINGER

Meet Zinger, the chimpanzee prankster of Bunaboom Zoo. He loves to tell jokes, clown around, and play tricks on you.

Chimps walk on all fours, but it isn't a must, for they can stand if they want, and walk just like us. Africa is where you can find chimpanzees. Get a letter from Zinger to learn more, if you please.

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THE ORANGUTAN

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TANGERINE

Meet Tangerine, the orangutan of Bunaboom Zoo. Like other monkeys and apes, she likes to groom. What does groom mean? It means she takes care of her hair, and likes to be clean.

Orangutans are the largest arboreal species. Arboreal just means that they live up in trees. Orangutans are from an island in the South China Sea, and if you want to learn more just ask Tangerine. 

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