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 Post subject: Tallinn Zoo
PostPosted: April 5th, 2010, 10:19 pm 
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This morning, two Amur Leopards were born at Tallinn Zoo.

I watched for a few minutes - Mother seems very tired and reluctant to move around much.
Please can someone translate some of the important parts of the text, to help us.
I worked out that pressing FS would give me Full Screen, and it did, and there could be much more that would be useful to know, but it's in Estonian!

Thanks to Juta for bringing this link here.

Better still - here is an English page!
http://mirje.blogspot.com/2010/04/baby- ... llinn.html

Now new places(year 2012):

https://www.facebook.com/appteenus

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http://www.interactivezoo.eu/index.php?id=3


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 Post subject: Re: Tallinn Zoo
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What a coincidence..I watched a TV programme tonight (5th) and we saw a couple of cubs born in ? Berlin Zoo and one of the parents comes from... Tallin. :peek:

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 Post subject: Re: Tallinn Zoo
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 Post subject: Re: Tallinn Zoo
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Here are saved videos from previous day:

http://www.digisilm.ee/loomad/amur/amurarch.html

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 Post subject: Re: Tallinn Zoo
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:loveshower: :loveshower: Tallinna Loomaaed. [Zoo].
At the Amur leopard two kittens were born
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:wave: GerPa, carry out an order:
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4) Amuuri leopartid
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:loveshower: :wave: Leopards kids
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 Post subject: Re: Tallinn Zoo
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macdoum wrote:
What a coincidence..I watched a TV programme tonight (5th) and we saw a couple of cubs born in ? Berlin Zoo and one of the parents comes from... Tallin. :peek:

And this Leopard Darla was born in Berlin Zoo 6 years ago.
Arrived in Tallinn Zoo in year 2005. Have had 3 cubes which are now sent to other places, one in Marwel Zoo, UK and one somewhere in USA. I have to search a little.

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Next month I will visit the young one in Marwell and bring his picture here, if he allows it.


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 Post subject: Re: Tallinn Zoo
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Thank you all for your help. :thumbs:
Those babycats are really cute. :loveshower:


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Right now the cubs are feeding but they are both fighting for the same nipple. :rotf: The mother is stoic.!!
or do we call them kittens :puzzled:

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I have just seen a report on our t.v. news channel( i Telé) of the birth of the two little Leopard d'Amour.. and they had sound.!! :rolleyes:
First-born sound reminded me of the birth of a baby panda...very vocal little thing.

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Babies are sucking away and mom seems almost asleep.

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Mom squashed em and they let out squeals.


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:sleeping: Children have a rest, and mum attentively listens
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:D Children suck mum's milk, and mum dozes
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:slap: Has lost mum
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 Post subject: Re: Tallinn Zoo
PostPosted: April 8th, 2010, 5:39 am 
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New article: http://www.ohtuleht.ee/ilm/artikkel/373477

According to Tallinn Zoo director Mati Kaal Darla hasn´t eaten and drunk since cubes were born on Monday.
They will be observed after two weeks, until that Zoo workers watch them as we all only through the webcam.
Visitors will see them after 2 month, when they will be vaccinated.
Darla´s previous cubes:
Kaia - Great Britain
Edgar - USA
Toomas - Finland

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Oh, so the one down the road from me is Kaia? Great. :loveshower:

But it is worrying that she has not had food or drink for so long.
I suppose she is still producing milk for the cubs, or they would be restless.


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I understood that this is normal for many animals.

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Is it? Well, yes - bears, wolves
I didn't know about leopards! Thanks for that news.


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