our friend, jack hanna, the director emeritus at the columbus zoo. He has a brand-new collection of his best shows on dvd. I don't know how you picked. Just in time to give the animal lover on your... See More
our friend, jack hanna, the director emeritus at the columbus zoo. He has a brand-new collection of his best shows on dvd. I don't know how you picked. Just in time to give the animal lover on your christmas list. When jack comes to times square, you never come alone. Jack, we're going to get right into it. Two female snow leopards here. Every time, before this starts. By the way, whatever you do, don't hold them near your face. So, off we go. So, you are -- I'm not going to fumble you. Is this pique or parka? I'm not sure which. I'm not, either. This is one of the most endangered cats in the entire world. 500 maybe in the himalayas. It's not just poachers, it's also local farmers keeping leopards away from livestock. This animal can jump 40 feet in one jump. It's magnificent. This cat takes that tail and wraps around him, and keeps him warm, like you would a jacket. And big paws, too, that are natural snowshoes. Natural snowshoes. Can I keep him? I'm scared to give him away. You better give him away. Right. He might want to eat barbie, the porcupine. Did you get that? Barbie. I get it. This is -- this is one of the animals that you can't believe exists until you see one up close. Don't get his quill. These quills, by the way, they're from africa. They're from zimbabwe. They're not all in northern africa and central africa. These kills, are used as weapons in that part of the world. How does barbie deploy them? They go up like this, like a peacock and rattle their feathers. It's the largest porcupine in the world. Bush baby? Is there a bush baby? These are beautiful. Bush baby. What I love about the bush baby, they carry the infants in the mother's mouth for the first month? Yes. What are you doing? I don't want jack hanna asking what are you doing? This is when it gets away from you. This is a bush baby. Nocturnal. These animals in the daytime will get about 50 of them in a ball because they're nocturnal. They're pollinators. They are a beautiful animal. You see those eyes all over the place out there. Really big and really
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