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Fulcrum's Photography; Creatures of Brookfield Part Two
Topic Started: Nov 28 2017, 02:57 PM (477 Views)
Goldblum
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Hello all, Fulcrum reporting.
I've decided to make a new photography topic. I've been debating whether or not I make zoo videos anymore, so let me know if I should! With out further ado, let's get into my new shots from work. In case you didn't know, I recently got a position at the Brookfield Zoo.
Creatures of Brookfield


Snow Leopard
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Humboldt Penguin
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Mexican Gray Wolf
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Baird's Tapir
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Green Plumed Basilisk
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Madagascar Giant Day Gecko
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African Lion
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Amur Leopard
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Indian Peafowl
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Reticulated Giraffe
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Klipspringer
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Spiny-Tailed Monitor
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I was going to make an announcement but I completely forgot what I was going to say, but let's just jump into it.
Creatures of Brookfield: Part Two
Blue-Billed Curassow
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San Esteban Chuckwalla
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Helmeted Guineafowl
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Polar Bear
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Curl-Crested Aracari
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Argus Monitor
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Goeldi's Marmoset
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American White Ibis
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Shield-Tailed Agama
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Saharan Spiny-Tailed Lizard
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Orinoco Crocodile
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Hey people. I launched my YT channel, Kyle the Zoologist, this week. I'm starting doing vids next year.
Kyle the Zoologist
anyways...
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Four-Horned Chameleon
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Lesser Flamingo
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Nubian Ibex
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Hippopotamus
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Red-Tailed Hawk
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Scarlet Ibis
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Indian Rhinoceros horn closeup
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Indian Elephants
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Southern Lesser Kudu
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Eastern Blue-Tongued Skink
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Painted Terrapin
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Just call me Hawk

These photographs look amazing! No really, I love them.
It must be really nice to work at a nice zoo, I bet you never get bored of it.
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Here are some more of my work pictures since I started at Brookfield.
Black Tree Monitor tail
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Our greeter in F&S, a Red-Capped Cardinal
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Our Shield-Tailed Agama who has a blue chin (do identify him from the others)
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Some weird species of pasta in Australia (Jungle Carpet Python)
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Our critically endangered male Turquoise Dwarf Gecko, who I have lovingly dubbed "Neon"
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Our male (and totally rude) Andean Cock-of-the-Rock which my girlfriend dubbed "Tunki" after I told her it was the Quechuan word for them.
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"Verdi"
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Our Eyelash Viper (in "Christmas Tree" phase)
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Isabela (official name)
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One of our Amur Leopards, Kasha
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One of our cur... I mean Velociraptors
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Matamata surfacing
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"Fluffy," non official name for our Reticulated Python
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Ron our Tatanka (bull Bison)
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another Cock-of-the-Rock
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Mexican Gray Wolf on the prowl
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Kinda gorey but our Argus Monitor was eating a chicken.
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