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THE FISH

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MARCO & POLO

Meet Marco and Polo, the angelfish twins of Bunaboom Zoo. They are twins with nothing in common - it's true. Polo likes purple and yellow, but Marco likes blue. Marco is a really smart fellow, and Polo... well, he likes purple and yellow. But, everyone is different, and that is OK. Opposites attract, some people say.

Angelfish are found in both fresh and saltwater seas. They swim in rivers and oceans, floating near reefs. For more about angelfish, you know where to go. To get letters from Marco and Polo click the button below.

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THE SEA TURTLE

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SWERVE

Meet Swerve, the sea turtle of Bunaboom Zoo. She can hold her breath for an hour or two. When it comes to being a long distance swimmer, after thousands of miles, Swerve is the winner.

Sea turtles are found in oceans all over the planet, except freezing water, because they can't stand it. Her favorite food is seaweed and seagrass. To learn more about Swerve, you just have to ask.

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THE STINGRAY

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MAJOR

Meet Skipper, the Bunaboom Zoo stingray. He is a fun young fish, always ready to play. If you play with a stingray watch out for his tail. The tip has a spine as sharp as a nail. He likes to eat clams, shrimp, and crabs - you might call it his hobby. And, like his shark cousins, there are no bones in his body.

In oceans all over, stingrays can be found with white bellies and bodies of blue, grey, or brown. If you are like me, and think stingrays are fun, then I know you will like to get letters from one.

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THE WHALE

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SWISH

Meet Swish, the whale of Bunaboom Zoo. She is known for her size, whales can be huge. Did you know humpback whale females are bigger than males? They love jumping and splashing with their powerful tails. Because they are mammals without any teeth, whales scoop in their food when it's time to eat.

Whales are found in every ocean on earth, but only once every few years the females give birth. You will learn more about whales in letters from Swish, that is of course, if it is something you wish.

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THE SHARK

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BINGE

Meet Binge, the Bunaboom Zoo shark. Nobody messes with Binge - her teeth are too sharp. Sharks are very strong swimmers, and move very fast. If one swims up beside you, let it go past. 

Sharks live in oceans all over the planet, but live alone, because at birth they are abandoned. If you want to learn more, or make a shark friend, then Binge would love to write a letter to send.

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THE DOLPHIN

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GRACE

Meet Grace, the bottlenose dolphin of Bunaboom Zoo. She can leap through the air, and dive through a hoop. She dances on water with a twist and a twirl. A dolphin is one of the smartest animals in the world. 

Dolphins are found in warm ocean water all over the world. If you want to learn more, then Grace is your girl.

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