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I'm a freshman in college and an Animal Behavior major! I'll hopefully soon be a certified dog trainer (positive reinforcement of course) and love to talk!
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Turns out Pepper, as of today, is for sale because she’s too high strung/not well-behaved enough for the trail riding that her owner wants her to do (she’s 6 years old).
This little baby horse has adopted Logan as his mommy, and follows her around everywhere. When he can’t see her, he freaks out and neighs very loudly. Logan is the brown one in the middle, and Joey, the tan one on the left, is her new baby.
I apologize, I was just there a week or two ago and saw him in the Underwater Viewing with Kayla, freckles and all.
I’m pretty sure he still occasionally hangs with Kayla and the kids. I see no reason to isolate him from the rest of the pod.
It seems absurd to do so. I mean, he’s still young and if he was with Tilly all the time I think Tilly wouldn’t like him as much. Being around the other kids is probably good for training among other things
So RJ Mitte came to speak at my school last night and someone asked him how he felt about abled actors playing disabled characters. I’ve been thinking about his answer a lot and it makes a lot of sense to me.
He essentially said that he has no problems with abled actors playing disabled characters because it makes them acknowledge the inner lives of people with disabilities, but he also believes that if abled actors can play disabled characters, then disabled actors should also be able to play abled characters.
He was a very good speaker and I really liked him as a person.
ok so ive probably asked this before but
im going to marine zoo camp at seaworld san antonio this summer and i was wondering what kinds of stuff do you get to do with the orcas? ive seen that some people have pictures of themselves with the orcas, which is super cool since i didnt get to do anything like that during camp in orlando
I just went this summer and we started off with a trainer talk in the morning with the whales, we helped with cleaning the fish room and setting up/checking supplies like nets and scuba gear around the back pools. Then we actually got to get up on the ledges of one of the back pools and scrub the slideouts to get the algae off (you could walk right up to the edge of the water, it was incredible!) and later that day we caught the end of a Dine with Shamu session. After, they brought out all of the whales, we asked for a few signals like waving and stuff and they asked which ones you wanted to take a picture with. I went later in the summer so there were only 5 people in my group, which was awesome.