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THE HYENAS

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LOL & ROFL

Meet Lol and Rofl, the hyenas of Bunaboom Zoo. If you love a good laugh you will love these two. They like telling jokes and clowning around, as they roll on the floor laughing out loud.

Africa is where hyenas are found. It is easy to spot one - it is spotted and brown. Hyenas are not dogs, and hyenas are not cats. Sign up for their letters for more hyena facts.

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THE WARTHOG

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CHAOS

Meet Chaos, the Bunaboom Zoo warthog. He is surprisingly fast, but would much rather jog. He finds his favorite foods by digging up plants and eating the roots. One of his favorite things to do is dig. Playing in the dirt, is common for a pig. Chaos makes burrows, which he loves to sit in. A burrow is a hole dug deep enough to fit in. 

Africa is where a warthog comes from. If you want learn more, Chaos is the one.

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THE MEERKAT

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PRESTO

Meet Presto, the meerkat of Bunaboom Zoo. He eats bugs, birds, reptiles, plants, eggs and fruit. ​When his belly is full he plays in the sun, and loves to do magic, because magic is fun.

The African grasslands are where meerkats are found, in tunnels of burrows all underground. Meerkats live in large groups called a mob, and get a lot done when then they all help with the job. To learn more, I can't think of anyone better, then having Presto be the one to write you a letter.

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THE OKAPI

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WILLOW

Meet Willow, the Bunaboom Zoo okapi. She always looks calm, and always looks happy. She looks like a mix between a zebra and giraffe. She can lick her own ears which might make you laugh. Okapis only sleep two hours a day, so that leaves a lot of extra time to play.

Okapi live in Africa, in a place known as Congo. To learn more about okapis, read letters from Willow.

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THE ZEBRAS

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RAZZLE & DAZZLE

Meet Razzle and Dazzle, twin sister zebras of Bunaboom Zoo. They like to make art, and make music, too. They love their music loud and funky, and their hair wild and spunky. Just like horses, they like to gallop and leap, and remain standing up when they go to sleep.

The southern areas of Africa is where zebras are found. They move in groups called a herd when they travel around. If you like zebras and want to know more, that is what letters from zebras are for.

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THE GAZELLE

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GAZETTE

Meet Gazette, the gazelle of Bunaboom Zoo. Stotting is something that gazelles like to do. Stotting is jumping with all four feet off the ground, bouncing high up and then coming right down. 

Across Asia and Africa, gazelles can be found in dry areas together, roaming around. If you want to know more, just ask Gazette, and read all about it in the letters you get.

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