Having climbed into the Sit 'n' Stand, Dallas leaned over the front part to see Isaiah as he chowed down on a blottle.
This elk was just standing at the edge, looking at us, as if we were the attraction, so I was able to get a good picture of him.
This is a pygmy hippo, and he had just been fed, and thought I was going to feed him more. I got some pictures of his open mouth, but it isn't too appetizing, so I've left them out. He just kept coming up out of the water, flapping his ears, and every time I cooed at him, he'd open his mouth real wide and make this weird noise at me. It was really cute.
Although I had the camera with me, it was acting up, and I couldn't take all the pictures I wanted to. Some of the ones I couldn't take, were of Dallas and the fish exhibits. He loves watching fish, and we've considered getting a tank and letting him pick out the fish to go in it. We had a lot of fun, and Sarah and I talked about going to the museum next door to the Zoo, after the "Human Body" exhibit leaves. Poor Dallas fell asleep before we made it out to the truck, and didn't even wake up while I buckled him in. Josilyn spent the ride home telling Isaiah to "shhh" becuase Dallas was sleeping.