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Sir Geoffroy Cockface
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Posted: 21 Sep 18 18:14
Have you spotted my camelopard? He is yellow, spotted, not been spotted since Tuesday, answers to the name of Gregory.

Dr. Billingsgate
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Posted: 21 Sep 18 22:33
Yes. I painted his gums with Gentian violet because I observed signs of fungal growth. Hopefully, he will recover. In any event, he will be easily recognized.

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Posted: 22 Sep 18 00:31
Fungal growth is fun, for the gals, literally. I haven't given Gregory a peck in at least 24 hours now and I fear that a rival zoo has captured him.
Have you observed any new camelopards in your local zoo? If so, contact this hotline: 00-00-0000-0001 and press 7 at the beep.

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Posted: 22 Sep 18 01:39
I recently had a private tour through the San Diego Zoo arranged by the Australian Consulate General. Mostly saw animals indigenous to Aus. Got to go through feeding areas not part of regular tours. Got to pet Tasmanian Devil and feed Koalas. Didn’t see your pet. Maybe next time.

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Posted: 24 Sep 18 06:35
Get the FREE one-click dictionary software for Windows or the iPhone/iPad and Android apps. Noun: camelopard ku'me-lu,paa(r)d. Usage: archaic. Tallest living quadruped; having a spotted coat and small horns and very long neck and legs; of savannahs of tropical Africa. You can also, check https://192-168-1-1ip.info/192-168-8-1/ for more information.


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Posted: 24 Sep 18 20:04
Would you be willing to invest in an eohippus stable?



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Posted: 26 Sep 18 02:44
Dear Dr.

This sounds very interesting.
What did they feed you?


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I recently had a private tour through the San Diego Zoo arranged by the Australian Consulate General. Mostly saw animals indigenous to Aus. Got to go through feeding areas not part of regular tours. Got to pet Tasmanian Devil and feed Koalas. Didn’t see your pet. Maybe next time.


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