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 Post subject: Re: Tallinn Zoo
PostPosted: June 3rd, 2010, 6:03 pm 
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I am less fortunate, i can't see them on neither of 3 cams. Where could they be? :unsure:


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 Post subject: Re: Tallinn Zoo
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I am less fortunate, i can't see them on neither of 3 cams. Where could they be? :unsure:


They are here. Just click on either of the three pictures and you open the cam to the outside enclosures or Darla in the den on the third image;
http://www.interactivezoo.eu/index.php?id=3#

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 Post subject: Re: Tallinn Zoo
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I think the little room next to the den is "private."

The little ones aren't out in the big world yet are they?


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 Post subject: Re: Tallinn Zoo
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Alice,I don't know. On the link that opens all the cameas I have seen ? the male outside but I haven't seen Darla and the cubs in the den cam for days.
If the weather is right they may be in an intermediate place.
The Leopards d'Amour in our nearest zoo here in Alsace they have very recently put the mother and her 3 cubs on public view and maybe even with the Papa.?
(memory loss here.. :puzzled: )

edit; they cannot be far away. This is a video from 1st June;
http://www.digisilm.ee/loomad/amur/amur ... -1600.html
How they have grown.. :thumbs:

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 Post subject: Re: Tallinn Zoo
PostPosted: June 8th, 2010, 6:59 pm 
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The cubs will be out in July and appear on outside cameras, where their father is currently starring.
They are spending most of the time in the next room, although lately more back in the den as well:
http://www.digisilm.ee/loomad/amur/pesakaamera.html

Lots of new funny videos in the archives now:
http://www.digisilm.ee/loomad/amur/amurarch.html


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 Post subject: Re: Tallinn Zoo
PostPosted: June 9th, 2010, 12:53 am 
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merri wrote:
The cubs will be out in July and appear on outside cameras, where their father is currently starring.
They are spending most of the time in the next room, although lately more back in the den as well:
http://www.digisilm.ee/loomad/amur/pesakaamera.html

Lots of new funny videos in the archives now:
http://www.digisilm.ee/loomad/amur/amurarch.html


The video is great.. Darla didn't think much of that frozen meat.. she tried to bury it.. :rotf:
Mind you I understand her. I have recently learnt that cats (the domestic kind) will refuse a meal straight from the refrigerator.. 'cause its cold it has no smell,so no enticement to eat it. !

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 Post subject: Re: Tallinn Zoo
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Seems like the cats play hard one day and sleep in the den the next one :)
And today they're in!


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 Post subject: Re: Tallinn Zoo
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The latest video is from 8th June;
http://www.digisilm.ee/loomad/amur/amur ... -1555.html

'Prey' play with what I hope is a toy ? Least I see no blood or guts.. :mrgreen:

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Kids are so cute! And poor little toy!


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 Post subject: Re: Tallinn Zoo
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The kids got names! Hasan and Hanka - after two lakes in their native Amur area.
The official name giving party will be held on July 15th, when they will be let out and can be seen in all cameras.

Here's their newest colour picture:

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Thank you so much for the photo! They are sooooo cute! :loveshower:


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I opened the camera and saw nothing, then I opened each of the cams (the den seems to be missing?) but on camera 1 I see no cats but I think I am hearing something. It sounds like a big cat is purring and growing every now and then very close to the cam.


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merri wrote:
The kids got names! Hasan and Hanka - after two lakes in their native Amur area.
The official name giving party will be held on July 15th, when they will be let out and can be seen in all cameras.

Here's their newest colour picture:

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Hasan and Hanka look very beautiful and so big.. :shock:
We will watch out for them now on the outside cams. :thumbs: ( and try to get a perspective on their size.)

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 Post subject: Re: Tallinn Zoo
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July 11th
This morning...
he or she walked round and round.


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....then just lie on the stump, a big yawn, and disappeared into the bushes.

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That's a very big yawn.


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 Post subject: Re: Tallinn Zoo
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Fleur, thank you for the pictures.
This is Fred, father of Hanka and Hasan.

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juta wrote:
Fleur, thank you for the pictures.
This is Fred, father of Hanka and Hasan.


Thanks Juta for the names.


This morning...
a large group of young people have to clean up.
Thank you, good job :headroll:

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 Post subject: Re: Tallinn Zoo
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As much as i have red on that webcam forum, young leopards will be let out to that part and Fred will be somewhere else.

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this afternoon.......
a Brilliant moment

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Everything is carefully explored

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