They had turtle stations set up in several of the pavillions and you could buy a
We played in the turtle shells in the Kids Zone, because my 18 year old and I are not too old to play there.
I whacked my head going through that silly shell. I'll bet real turtles don't do that!
This was actually about tadpoles. Out of the many, many, many eggs a frog lays, very few live to grow up into frogs. There is a huge variety of ways a tadpole can meet it's demise. So they have this thing at the zoo that you can spin and see if you would survive if you were a tadpole. I spun it one time (on today's visit. I have spun it many times in that past and never, ever have I been a tadpole that lived long enough to become a frog) and this was what I landed on.
Good thing I am not a tadpole!
|If you can't read it, I landed on: "A turtle hunting for food eats you"|
All in all, my daughter and I had a great time celebrating World Turtle Day. Now, if you will excuse me, I have a book to look at!