Opossum’s Adorable Camouflage Surprise at Wildlife Center

Opossum’s Adorable Camouflage Surprise at Wildlife Center

Yeti has a favorite “go-to” spot when it’s her turn out to excercise.

She manages to climb in the Egyptian fruit bat stuffed animal baskets.

We are pretty glad she is able to do this! We do help her down however.

( Reminder, wildlife are NOT pets. We are licensed and trained wildlife rehabilitators whose ultimate goal is to rehab wildlife to be released back to nature. )

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This article by Josie Fu was first published by OneGreenPlanet on 1 June 2023. 

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