Pocket is 11-months old now! He's getting soooo big. Pocket is a Bennett's wallaby. Kangaroos and wallabies are in the same family, with wallabies as the smaller of the two. Bennett’s wallaby, also called the red-necked wallaby, is generally solitary, though loose mobs may come together while foraging at night. During the day, the wallaby rests among dense patches of shrubs within the forest.
Bottoms up! The tilapia in Fiona and Bibi's pool are there to help keep the water clean. They eat the hippo dung as well as eat the dead skin off of the hippos which keep them clean and free of micro-organisms. This is referred to as a symbiotic relationship
Mo "nose" best! The sloth is not lazy, just slow. Instead of foraging all day long to get enough energy from the leaves it eats, the sloth conserves energy by being inactive. This requires few heavy muscles, making the sloth light enough to climb high on thin branches where it can feed without worrying about jaguars.