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Who Pooped in the Zoo? San Diego Zoo: Exploring the Weirdest, Wackiest, Grossest, and Most Surprising Facts About Zoo Poop (Farcountry Explorer Books) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-10-06 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 2 user ratings
ISBN:1560374217
LANGUAGE:English

"I really actually wanted to learn about my own poop (in ‘What Your Poo Says About You’, also on my goodreads list) when I came across this book. It was the closest thing the library had.

I’ll admit it: I think poop is interesting. It can be so different (size, shape, texture, smell) from day to day. Isn’t that weird?! My cats have much more consistent poop, but then again, they eat the same food every single day. I haven’t ever tracked my poop vs what I ate. That might be an interesting science fair project. If I ever have to do another project I’ll do poop instead of the old stand-by: ‘What is the best paper towel?’ PS…I did that project three years in a row in elementary. I honestly did the project all three times. I was pretty convinced that word might somehow get out that Hi-Dri paper towels were the least absorbent and they would, of course, improve them. As of my 6th grade project, Hi-Dri was still the worst. They probably didn’t improve them until I was in 7th grade, at which point I was no longer testing paper towels. I always suspected that the judges must have owned stock in Hi-Dri because I never won first place (or second, third, or honorable mention).

Anyways, even for you who aren’t particularly interested in poop, you’d like this book. I guarantee you will say ‘WOW!’ at least a dozen times. Here were some of my favorite WOW factoids:

A blue whale poop is nearly a yard wide and several yards long.

Animals sometimes eat their poop. That is called ‘coprophagia’. The fact that they eat poop is not the WOW. The fact that someone named the fact that animals eat poop is the ‘WOW’!

On occasion, baby koalas suffocate in their own poop if their mother does not clean out her pouch.

Flamingos poop pink.

Ok, that’s it. I am not going to spoil any more fun poop facts for you!
" said.

"I really actually wanted to learn about my own poop (in ‘What Your Poo Says About You’, also on my goodreads list) when I came across this book. It was the closest thing the library had.

I’ll admit it: I think poop is interesting. It can be so different (size, shape, texture, smell) from day to day. Isn’t that weird?! My cats have much more consistent poop, but then again, they eat the same food every single day. I haven’t ever tracked my poop vs what I ate. That might be an interesting science fair project. If I ever have to do another project I’ll do poop instead of the old stand-by: ‘What is the best paper towel?’ PS…I did that project three years in a row in elementary. I honestly did the project all three times. I was pretty convinced that word might somehow get out that Hi-Dri paper towels were the least absorbent and they would, of course, improve them. As of my 6th grade project, Hi-Dri was still the worst. They probably didn’t improve them until I was in 7th grade, at which point I was no longer testing paper towels. I always suspected that the judges must have owned stock in Hi-Dri because I never won first place (or second, third, or honorable mention).

Anyways, even for you who aren’t particularly interested in poop, you’d like this book. I guarantee you will say ‘WOW!’ at least a dozen times. Here were some of my favorite WOW factoids:

A blue whale poop is nearly a yard wide and several yards long.

Animals sometimes eat their poop. That is called ‘coprophagia’. The fact that they eat poop is not the WOW. The fact that someone named the fact that animals eat poop is the ‘WOW’!

On occasion, baby koalas suffocate in their own poop if their mother does not clean out her pouch.

Flamingos poop pink.

Ok, that’s it. I am not going to spoil any more fun poop facts for you!
" said.

"I really actually wanted to learn about my own poop (in ‘What Your Poo Says About You’, also on my goodreads list) when I came across this book. It was the closest thing the library had.

I’ll admit it: I think poop is interesting. It can be so different (size, shape, texture, smell) from day to day. Isn’t that weird?! My cats have much more consistent poop, but then again, they eat the same food every single day. I haven’t ever tracked my poop vs what I ate. That might be an interesting science fair project. If I ever have to do another project I’ll do poop instead of the old stand-by: ‘What is the best paper towel?’ PS…I did that project three years in a row in elementary. I honestly did the project all three times. I was pretty convinced that word might somehow get out that Hi-Dri paper towels were the least absorbent and they would, of course, improve them. As of my 6th grade project, Hi-Dri was still the worst. They probably didn’t improve them until I was in 7th grade, at which point I was no longer testing paper towels. I always suspected that the judges must have owned stock in Hi-Dri because I never won first place (or second, third, or honorable mention).

Anyways, even for you who aren’t particularly interested in poop, you’d like this book. I guarantee you will say ‘WOW!’ at least a dozen times. Here were some of my favorite WOW factoids:

A blue whale poop is nearly a yard wide and several yards long.

Animals sometimes eat their poop. That is called ‘coprophagia’. The fact that they eat poop is not the WOW. The fact that someone named the fact that animals eat poop is the ‘WOW’!

On occasion, baby koalas suffocate in their own poop if their mother does not clean out her pouch.

Flamingos poop pink.

Ok, that’s it. I am not going to spoil any more fun poop facts for you!
" said.

"Bought it for my 3-year-old before we went to the zoo. It was way too advanced for him, which in the description, it states age 9+, so it was too much for me to expect that it would fit my child. On the up side, I love the book. I was so entertained! I have no doubt that my son, as any boy, will absolutely love it when he gets old enough." said.

"Recently had a flood and my book was damaged. Ordered this to replace the original one we bought at the SD Zoo. Kids love it. Teenagers crack up over it. I have it in our guest bathroom. Gives everyone a good laugh when they're cracking smiles." said.

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