Don't try these Pokemon
This is awesome great people work here
@Murder4aKlondikeBar, I agree. I don't play the game nor want to see any more pics about it, but it's cool that some person/people did this.
@Sakamoto, that and it seems like being in such a now recognized quick read format more people will actually read them and maybe learn something about the animals, especially kids
@Murder4aKlondikeBar, I work at this zoo. We're overrun with Pokemon players every day and one of our keepers wanted to encourage them to look at the real animals as they run around hitting all the Pokestops and gyms. It's just the Bird Department right now though.
@KecharaAn, awesome idea, might want to consider altering the power of each attack to compare bite strength, kicking power, flight speed. I don't know. You've got a creative team there.
Still waiting to catch the legend reincarnated Harambe
@Dillskrill, You might have to jump some fences to find him.
@Dillskrill, maybe that's what the albino animals are... Shiny reincarnations
@Dillskrill, how to reincarnate Harambe:
Step One: Take your djck out
Step Two: Leap the fence
Step Three: ????
Step Four: Profit
@Dillskrill, the evolved version is H A R A M B E
@Dillskrill, Team Harambe for life!!
But can they evolve?
@SwordtoFace, the are evolving as we speak.... ever adapting to what the world throws at them, becoming stronger,smarter, dominant. Until they discover porn then everyone stops working to fondle their grundle and so their society collapses.
@Charlemagne, So in conclusion the Achilles heel to survival is porn.
@SwordtoFace, I want too see what a mutated flamingo would look like in fallout 4
@SwordtoFace, yeah, but it takes like millions of years
Flamingos are weak af
@Beggar Mugger, that's why they travel in packs. A pack of wild flamingos can strip the flesh from a t-rex in just ten minutes
@RichardTheLionheart , I guess nature, uh, finds a way
@RichardTheLionheart , *filter the flesh.
Please burn this zoo down. That is cringy af.
Why is the cassowary a dragon type?
Flamingos stand on one leg so that when they're in water, predators like alligators will snap in between two legs assuming there's a body between them, when actually it's hopefully empty space