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Animals Central - Animals Central 30th April 2019
Visit the Zoo Episode 078 - 13 National Park Tips and the Platypus
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Visit the Zoo Episode 078 - 13 National Park Tips and the Platypus

In this Episode Number 78 we take a look at 13 National Park Tips and Platypus. We hear about this week’s five Curated Content News Stories. In that content we list five News Stories from the Animal World and give you links to go directly to that content either here in this Podcast Description or by visiting our new blog at https://www.VTZLife.com. Our main podcast website is at https://www.zooanimals.info and the main author website is at https://www.frederickfichman.com. We’ve also just created a landing page for our soon-to-be-released subscription and content rich website Animals Central at https://www.animalscentral.net.Go to that page to see all of the animal audio, video, text, books, and articles coming soon. We will let you know when we go LIVE. Check out all things “Visit the Zoo” including eBooks on https://www.Amazon.com, print books on Amazon.com, audiobooks on https://www.Audible.com, and DVD on Amazon…for bulk or wholesale at Allied Vaughn and Midwest Tape. Introduction will be given for the new ZooZwear apparel merchandise website https://www.zoozwear.com, now open for business at two new apparel stores: https://www.store.spreadshirt.com/zoozwear and https://www.redbubble.com/people/Fjfichman/portfolio. The new sites feature ZooZwear merchandise of “Visit the Zoo” graphic design and photograph imprint apparel. A special introduction will be presented for a brand new line of Tshirts for the Top 25 Dog Breeds, The Top 10 Cat Breeds, and Wildlife photos and artwork just added to our merchandise stores. Just Added, a daily blog at https://www.dailydesertdoodle.com. 5 Curated Content for this weeks’ Visit the Zoo Episode 078: What Animal-Rights Activists Forget How Technology is Improving the Lives of Animals DNR: If you see a wild baby animal alone, don't move it Nothing to fear? How humans (and other intelligent animals) might ruin the autonomous vehicle utopia Some students with emotional support animals say they don’t feel supported by NU’s Residential Services