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Calgary_Wildlife Oct 18
On we are remembering this stinky patient from 2014 who was found caught in a piece of plastic. 3 surgeries, 8 months and MANY sprayings later he was released on a warm spring day. One of our favourite success stories!
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Anna Schneider Mar 19
The average lifespan of a in the wild is about 2-3 years and, sadly, most of the kits don't make it to 1 year old. I do, however, have a female that will be turning 7 this spring! We were able to calculate her age from a tooth sample.
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Jessi Castaneda 2 May 17
A five year old holding a four year old. Happy 4th birthday Lollipop!! 🎉🍭🎉
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Phillip Elden Jun 6
The is as cute as a house cat but will quickly repel you with foul-smelling musk expelled when feeling fearful.
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Lennette Newell Apr 2
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The Birmingham Zoo 25 Oct 13
Stella, the , visited @GoodDayAlabama this morning! Did you know spraying is the skunk’s…
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Повелитель дронов и геликов 11 Aug 15
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Meghan Mitchell 1 Oct 14
Who wants a juice for diner? Saunders the does! Nom non nom!
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[1st anniversary] Whimsical War 16 Nov 17
Do you like Soccer? Let me introduce Lmere(Striped Skunk), the shy soccer boy! Let's have fun together in soccer as well as the territorial battle!
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Camp Foley Jan 25
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Mary Kelly 29 Aug 14
Just watched a de-grub our front lawn OMG so cute ❤️ had no idea they preyed on squirrels...who knew?!
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Ravenari (Pia Foxhall) 21 Nov 16
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SN Bluecoats 25 Jan 17
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Soph 28 Oct 16
Making friends with baby Skunks today👍🐾 @ Bishop Burton…
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Kate Amspacher Aug 7
Roadkilled striped skunk necropsy today...check out the unique pelage characteristics of her young!
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Samantha Biobabbler 15 Aug 13
vocalizations here It's just 1 individual, mine was a bit different but that's the right sound.
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Salato Wildlife Cntr Sep 28
If you haven't had a chance to see our skunk yet, she'll be on exhibit most weekdays (barring unforeseen circumstances), and select Saturdays. You can call 502-892-4460 in advance to see if she'll be on exhibit for your visit! (📷:)
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April Edmonds 10 Oct 16
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Unique Creatures 16 Oct 17
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Amazing Animals Inc Nov 8
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