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The First Years Baby Bath
- A bath ( or ), bathtub (AmE), or tub (informal) is a plumbing fixture used for bathing. Most modern bathtubs are made of acrylic or fiberglass, but alternatives are available in enamel over steel or cast iron, and occasionally waterproof finished wood.
Baby's First Splash
Little ones will love these brightly colored, padded board books. This appealing series of eight colorful board books presents simple concepts for babies and toddlers. Bold
and bright photographs coupled with identifying words will spark object recognition and encourage language skills. Young children will delight in the bright images while getting a head start on learning. Step into a world of water-related objects with this colorful volume. Children will find fish and shells from the ocean, soap and towels from bath time, and raincoats and galoshes for summer rain showers. Ages newborn-3.
Bath time for Luk Chai
While his mum Thong Dee and Aunty Tang Mo take turns to have their shower and scrub down with the keepers in the next stall, the baby
elephant is playing happily in his own "little" bath tub which was cut down from a big plastic tank. He has bath toys too ... bath toys slightly larger than your average yellow ducky bath toy!
FAQ taken from Taronga's website:Frequently asked questions about Taronga’s Asian Elephants Why were the elephants brought here?
Taronga's elephants are here to play a crucial role in a regional breeding & conservation program for Asian Elephants, which are endangered in the wild.
World conservation agencies estimate there are as few as 35,000 - 50,000 left and at the current rate of decline, Asian Elephants could be extinct in the wild within a timespan as short as 20 years.
Conservation breeding programs for endangered animals in zoos aim to retain around 90% of the genetic diversity of the entire species over a 100 year period. The Australasian program has been approved by the Governments of Australia and Thailand, as well as the international CITES organisation.An integral part of the conservation program is to inform and educate visitors on the threats and dangers to the survival of Asian Elephants and raise funding & support for wild elephant conservation projects in range countries.
Taronga and Melbourne Zoos have already achieved the successful births of five elephant calves since the elephants arrived in Australia in November 2006.Where did they come from?
These elephants were selected from recommended domestic elephant camps throughout Thailand. Prior to coming to Australia they had lived most of their lives in these tourist camps and some had spent time on city streets begging for food and money from tourists. Now they are here in Sydney the group has formed into a strong family unit and are given everything they need to be happy young elephants. What role do the elephants have in conservation?
Obviously the conservation breeding program is an important contribution.
However an integral part of this conservation program is also informing and educating people about elephants and the threats and dangers to their future survival. If logging, poaching and the clearing of forests by the human population is not addressed then there will be no wild habitat for any elephants.
For many people the elephants at Taronga Zoo may be the only ones they ever get a chance to see. Here they can learn about elephants and what they can do to help them. Donated funds from the public are put towards conservation programs implemented throughout Asia to try and help secure a future for wild Asian Elephants. Is there enough room at the zoo?
Prior to arriving in Australia our elephants, like many other domestic elephants throughout Asia, had lived much of their lives on a 3 metre long chain. Clearly zoo facilities will not be the same as ‘wild' ranges quoted in textbooks but then no domestic habitat is.
Used effectively, our zoo facilities provide for the diverse behavioural needs of the elephants. The two elephant exhibits contain deep and shallow swimming pools, mud wallows, sleeping mounds shaded areas, scratching posts and logs and many enrichment items that keep the elephants active and stimulated. In the mornings the elephants and keepers walk around the exhibit paddocks and in the Zoo grounds for exercise and physical activity.
Importantly, a scientific study conducted during 2006-2007 found that Taronga Zoos elephants had an activity profile that closely matched behaviours, exercise and foraging activities of wild elephants. Elephants: In the wild and in captivity
It's sad to say but for many species there is very little ‘wild' left. The view that all elephants should live in ‘wild' forests fails to confront the reality of elephant range states today.
The human population explosion in Southeast Asia has forced an aggressive conversion of natural lands for agricultural use. The deforestation that has resulted has reduced elephant habitat by approximately 70 percent during the last 30 years. It is estimated that only 35
,000 to 5
0,000 Asian elephants remain in the wild. Through forests being cleared for cities, farms and roads, there is now hardly anywhere left for wild elephants to live.
Across Asia, large adult males continue to killed for their ivory tusks and land mines left over from years of human conflict continue to injure and kill wild elephants every year. At the present rate of decline Asian Elephants could be extinct in the wild within a timespan as short as 20 years..
Domestic Asian Elephants have worked with humans in captivity for thousands of years. They have been used in wars & battles, religious ceremonies, agriculture, farming & logging practices and more recently in the tourism industry.
Taronga's elephants originated from elephant camps in the tourist industry an
To think, I waited in line for this view of Baby Elephant "Sam"
(2171rosetu&samudrababyelephant092708) My first
view of Mom and Baby Elephant. So cute! I would have preferred the other end of them. Ha! Ha! Samudra is his longer name, one that I helped to choose by voting for it. It means King of the Ocean. It was one of 5 choices on the Internet. Since he was nowhere near an ocean, I didn't get the point, but it turned out he loves his bath and playtime in water. Once I realized that, then I liked it the best of the 5.
the first years baby bath
As World War I threatens to take those she hold
s dear, a lovely schoolteacher grows to womanhood in the arms of a man who'd given up on love.
Linnea Bradenborg expects to find culture and excitement in Alamo, North Dakota, where she's recently been hired as the new schoolteacher. Instead, she finds a sparse little town in the middle of nowhere. Better yet, her train is met by a cantankerous wheat farmer named Theodore Westgaard who doesn't bother to hide his displeasure when he discovers that L.I. Brandenborg is a woman and not the man he was expecting. Westgaard thinks twice about bringing Linnea home to live with him, but he soon realizes that he has no choice. All of the town's past schoolteachers have lived with the Westgaard family--made up of Theodore, his mother, and his teenaged son--due to their farm being located very near the schoolhouse, and so Theodore allows Linnea into his home. But who could have guessed that this young, independent woman would soon find her way into the handsome farmer's heart? A compelling classic to be read again and again, Years is a fitting tribute to the pioneer schoolteachers who braved many hardships to share the gift of knowledge with countless children. --Maudeen Wachsmith
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