This fellow was relaxing, without any concern for those who where observing him…Naples Zoo, Florida
Kaa, is a 19ft. 191 lbs., Reticulated Python found at the Naples Zoo. The enclosure looks small for this lady, but it was new in June of 2015. While these snakes are large and strong enough to kill an adult human they are nonvenomous constrictors who are generally not considered dangerous to humans…attacks are rarely reported. The photo is cropped thin due to the reflection of the glass in the photo, which was distracting and taking away from this magnificent specimen.
Saw this plant at the Naples Zoo and I have to admit I didn’t know what it was at first…
I have to admit, I’ve seen these flowers for years and never knew what they were called…Ginger flower.
If you been to Florida you will have seen these fellows, they are all over the place and are not too proud to beg for food. The White Ibis is one of 26 species around the world. In Florida you will find the White Ibis, which has black tipped wings you can only see this detail when they are flying, the Glossy Ibis, which has brown patches…there is also a Scarlet Ibis in southern Florida, this happens to be the national bird of Trinidad and Tobago and was introduced to Florida either deliberately or through migration. I’ve not see the Scarlet one but will watch for it…
These are such cool fellows…I’ve seen a couple outside the zoo one in particular up close and personal.
I’ve returned from Florida and have just gotten to my photos. They will be in random order depending on what I get to next. Here is a fellow we found at the Naples Zoo. I’ve been to the zoo a couple of times and enjoy the fact it is small and hasn’t been overly busy when we have been there making it relatively easy to observe the zoo residents…fyi…all my photos taken this trip were with my iPhone it was just easier to carry around.