A capybara and paragonians are living in a same area with each other happily. Both, I’ve heard, belong to the mouse family.
Two philosopher-goats at Wakayama Castle zoo seemed to be talking about the meaning of life with each other. I remembered the famous saying “Isn’t It fun to have friends with whom you can talk about philosophy, is it?” when I was looking at them.
A pelican at Wakayama Castle zoo seems to be fond of taking care of himself than anything else. But the only problem is that it pains his neck during doing so.
Birds are, in general, strong against cold weather. But parrots are living in warm regions, so they seem to be feelling tough in the cold winter season in Japan. A heater is set next to him and he seems to be so comfortable that he was about to sleep.
Kisyu-dogs at Wakayama Castle zoo, who were taking naps often when being photographed so far, today I saw for the first time they are showing their toughness with each other.
They are deers at Wakayama Castle zoo. They are prospering like those of Wakakusa mountain in Nara prefectute.
When I was watching a couple of white pigeons moving together, I thought they were dancing a heavenly dance.
Penguins at Wakayama Castle zoo are, I heard, from South America, so they are strong against the strong heat of the summer time in Wakayama prefecture. But they live up to its name, penguins, who are enjoying swimming in the water during the middst of cold winter season.
When philosopher goat at Wakayama Castle zoo is contemplating, it is producing the atmosphere in which we are prohibited to approach him.
A fashionable pelican at Wakayama Castle zoo is teaching us the most important point in taking care of our appearance. That is the most important thing is paying attention to the places which is invisible from outside.