Capybara takes a hot shower at Tokyo zoo. According to the Smithsonian National Zoological Park, Capybara are the largest rodents in the world, and they are pretty comfortable in the water - they can dive and remain underwater for as long as five minutes.
Another great photo of this gorilla studying this tiny butterfly because of how beautiful it is. Most butterflies are found to have unique textures on its wings and represent a different meaning. The gorilla has a mind like Clegg, studying Miranda.
Do you know the state animal of NY? It's the beaver. A baby beaver is a kitten. I present the obligatory kitten picture for online posting. See the smile? He must have seen Around the World in 80 Days at Arizona Theatre Company.