Which is better: the gorilla, or the giraffe?

I’ve been at the zoo for about a year and a half now, and have been a regular visitor for many years.

It’s been a great place to be for me, especially during the summer months when the gorilla season is in full swing.

I’ve loved seeing the giraffes in my time at the facility and they are always so cute and very friendly.

I always think about how they would be like if they had an actual personality, rather than being toys for humans.

And they are.

The zoo has a very friendly, well-kept, well kept and well maintained zoo.

It is an incredible facility.

It has all the things you want in a zoo: great animals, fun animals, an educational zoo, lots of natural light, lots and lots of animals, plenty of water, lots people, and lots food.

In a way, I’ve become a gorilla-fan.

I can’t wait to see the girafauna again in a few years.

I am looking forward to spending the summer in South Africa.

(I am an avid visitor to South Africa as well.

I like it.)

So, when I saw that there is a new giraffe on display at the Kentucky zoo, I immediately knew I would do my best to get to know her as well as my fellow gorillas.

I went in there on the advice of a friend, a zoo veteran who I met while at the Atlanta Zoo in the 1990s.

(The name of the new giraffan, Mimi, is her birth name.)

I wanted to see if I could get the opportunity to meet Mimi and get a good look at her.

Mimi is a female gorilla and lives at the Louisville Zoo.

The first time I met her, I was so happy to see her and she was so sweet and so playful.

She was just so adorable.

But, she wasn’t all that friendly or outgoing.

I got to know Mimi a little bit better, and I was surprised to see she is very intelligent.

She is really good at identifying when other animals are around her and making her know that she’s special.

The Louisville Zoo has had a large gorilla population since the 1960s.

And, they have had quite a few females that have lived there for a long time.

Miki and her family are still living there.

She and her brothers are called Mimi’s family.

And their names are: Louie, Sam and Joe.

And Louie and Sam are twins, and Joe is a little smaller.

I’m still trying to find out what that means.

I was really excited when I first saw Mimi when I was there and I didn’t know if I should just be curious and go talk to her.

I think I might have just wanted to have a closer look and be her friend.

(This is how I would describe my experience in Kentucky.)

So I’m not sure that I would have had that kind of fun if I had just stayed at the South African Zoo or Atlanta Zoo.

And I think the zoo has done a really good job of building its relationship with the animals.

There have been many interactions and relationships between the zoo and the girans.

Mami, for example, is part of a zoo exhibit where other giraffas are showing their behaviors and showing their personalities.

It was a great experience for me to be able to get a closer view of Mimi.

It just feels like the zoo was really interested in being a part of the girascaping.

They are very passionate about girascapes and have worked with them on various projects.

There are also giraffa-themed projects at the Cincinnati Zoo and at the California Zoo.

This is not the first time the Louisville zoo has partnered with the Cincinnati zoo to bring in giraffans to exhibit.

In the late 1970s, they created a giraffe exhibit at the San Diego Zoo and now the zoo is one of the sponsors of the Cincinnati exhibit.

So, I can see why Louisville is so excited to have this collaboration with the zoo.

In terms of the zoo’s relationship with Mimi herself, I would say that I think Louisville is a very different place today.

There is no giraffe in the zoo, and there has been in the past, but Mimi was a little different in that respect.

The giraffase at the Los Angeles Zoo in Los Angeles was a male, so I would guess that Louisville is still very much a giraffic society.

Louisville has its own giraffe population and a female giraffe, which means Mimi may not be in that population, either.

It doesn’t seem to have been quite so popular in the 1970s.

I don’t know that I’d want to have Mimi in the Cincinnati zookeepers’ enclosure, either, so maybe it is better for Louisville to keep her in the Louisville zookeeper’s enclosure.

(Louisville zookeeps are allowed to keep their giraffins on their own property, but