Part 2 of Injured Fox in Tucson, Arizona

As Paul Harvey used to say, “and now the rest of the story.” Remember the injured fox I picked up almost 3 weeks ago? The awesome crew at the Tucson Wildlife Center treated his wounds and now the fox is ready to return to the wild. Just watch how anxious he is to get on with life. This is truly a big part of why Marc and I love what we do.

As Paul Harvey used to say, “and now the rest of the story.” Remember the injured fox I picked up almost 3 weeks ago?The awesome crew at the Tucson Wildlife Center treated his wounds and now the fox is ready to return to the wild. Just watch how anxious he is to get on with life. This is truly a big part of why Marc and I love what we do.https://www.animalexpertsinc.com/shop

Posted by Animal Experts, Inc. on Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Fox Found in Bad Situation

This beautiful Gray Fox got himself in a bad situation. He has a couple of wounds that hopefully aren’t super serious but on top of that wait till you hear what he managed to get into. With his injuries, we wanted to get him checked out so he’s on his way to TUCSON WILDLIFE CENTER. We’ll keep you posted.

This beautiful Gray Fox got himself in a bad situation. He has a couple of wounds that hopefully aren’t super serious but on top of that wait till you hear what he managed to get into. With his injuries we wanted to get him checked out so he’s on his way to TUCSON WILDLIFE CENTER . We’ll keep you posted .

Posted by Animal Experts, Inc. on Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Coati Mundi in Tucson, Arizona

This fun-loving animal is called a Coatimundi. Last week I discussed how domestic cats have difficulty climbing headfirst down a tree. The Coati is blessed with double-jointed ankles which makes it easy to descend headfirst down a tree. I’m amazed how they have adapted to the hot scorching desert and can also survive in a hot & humid rain forest. Did you know they can turn their snout in either direction up to 60 degrees?

I love trivia so I’m going to ask you to answer a bible trivia question about animals. According to Psalm 91, what kind of man can tread on a cobra without fear?

This fun loving animal is called a Coati mundi. Last week I discussed how domestic cats have difficulty climbing headfirst down a tree. The Coati is blessed with double jointed ankles which makes it easy to descend headfirst down a tree. I’m amazed how they have adapted to the hot scorching desert and can also survive in a hot & humid rainforest. Did you know they can turn their snout in either direction up to 60 degrees. I love trivia so I’m going to ask you to answer a bible trivia question about animals. According to Psalm 91, what kind of man can tread on a cobra without fear?

Posted by Animal Experts, Inc. on Sunday, November 18, 2018

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