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  • -I hate to ask this,

  • but what animals did you bring for us tonight?

  • -It's exciting. We've got El Jefe.

  • We've got Mishka. There's some pretty cool ones.

  • -Yeah. I always think, the cuter the name, the scarier the thing.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -Well, first of all, I've got a pretty interesting one.

  • Now, this is actually right back here. This is a millipede.

  • Now, its name is Millie Bobby Brown.

  • Because millipede.

  • And she actually recently visited us at the zoo.

  • But what you want to do -- Put your hand out.

  • -Oh, no.

  • -And we'll actually use kind of like a bracelet.

  • -No.

  • -Now, this is actually a giant African millipede.

  • And they'll wrap around, naturally, around your wrist.

  • Now, the cool thing with millipedes

  • is they have about 400 legs.

  • And when they get -- when they get stressed.

  • -Oh, my gosh! [ Laughter ]

  • Oh, my gosh. Oh, my gosh.

  • -Now, they don't bite. They release an acidic smell.

  • It's like a terrible foul smell.

  • That's how they evade predators.

  • So you've got nothing to worry about.

  • -Yeah, until I go out for dinner after the show, yeah.

  • -It's amazing, yeah. But they've got all those segments.

  • And these guys are one of the first animals

  • to ever colonize land.

  • They have a very important part in our history.

  • So, really fascinating animals.

  • They feel like a little toothbrush.

  • Don't you think?

  • -That really is totally bizarre.

  • -Look, he's saying hi. [ Laughter ]

  • He's like, "Hi, everyone."

  • -That's so interesting because I'm saying bye.

  • That's so, so interesting. [ Laughter ]

  • -All right, that was good.

  • How cute is that?

  • -Oh, my God, that was so gross.

  • Oh, my gosh. Gosh!

  • -That was great.

  • -What was his name? Did he have a name?

  • -This is Millie Bobby Brown.

  • -The cuter the name, the scarier the animal.

  • Okay, good.

  • -For this next one, we are going to go down onto the floor.

  • -Okay, let's go. -I'm going to grab some milk.

  • [ Audience aws ]

  • Here we go. So...

  • -Oh, my gosh.

  • -This little guy here, this is little Sebastian.

  • He's a little miniature horse. [ Applause ]

  • Sebastian.

  • You're welcome to hold that bottle if you'd like.

  • -Sure. -He loves his milk,

  • just like from the show "Parks and Recreation."

  • -That's how you named him? -Little Sebastian.

  • -Little Sebastian.

  • -And he is a miniature horse,

  • probably the most adorable animal on the face of the Earth.

  • -Oh, my goodness. -He's just incredible.

  • -Just beautiful.

  • -Now, the thing with these guys

  • is they're actually really important animals

  • because they act as service animals.

  • So often you'll see them as therapy animals or guide animals

  • helping people around, and they're really interesting.

  • You know, they don't get above 38 inches.

  • That's the highest one would ever get -- is 38 inches tall.

  • Really, really small, but they are just so cute.

  • I'll tell you another thing that they like.

  • When he's done with his milk,

  • you can get your face right up close to his nose.

  • And if you just lightly blow on his nose,

  • that's like a form of greeting for him.

  • So you're welcome to give that a go.

  • Just so he recognizes you. [ Laughter ]

  • Look over there. Do you want to see Jimmy?

  • [ Laughter ]

  • There you go.

  • So he gave you a little kiss. -He gave me a kiss.

  • -There you go. Good job. [ Applause ]

  • -Thank you, little Sebastian.

  • -Good boy.

  • -We love you, little Sebastian. Come back.

  • -All right, we'll see you later, buddy.

  • -You'll always be little Sebastian.

  • -Okay, there we go.

  • -Robert, this is great. Fantastic.

  • Thank you very, very much.

  • I love him. Thank you. -Bye.

  • -Oh, come back, please. We love you.

  • -Oh, that's great. [ Applause ]

  • That's awesome.

  • -All right. We're down to our final?

  • -This is our final animal. -Okay.

  • -I need a little bit of warning for you --

  • just follow my movement and don't make any sudden movements.

  • [ Audience ohs ]

  • Really nice and slow.

  • Hey, how's it going? Hi.

  • This is a mandrill.

  • Now, mandrills, they're one of my favorite primates.

  • Here you go.

  • Now, this little mandrill, Mishka --

  • Hey, Mishka.

  • She loves her plush toys.

  • She's just like any other young animal who loves her toys,

  • and they really need that for enrichment.

  • They really need to move around a lot to experience new things.

  • And what we'll do, if we get some of her favorite toys out,

  • she might be able to come over here and say hi.

  • What do you think, Mishka?

  • -This is beautiful. Wow. -Now, the mandrill --

  • [ Laughter ]

  • The mandrill is really interesting.

  • See, what they do is they actually --

  • Oh, he's got some food. She's hungry.

  • Now, what the mandrills do

  • is they actually have that really brightly colored bottom,

  • and that's how they signal to each other.

  • You can see she's using her hands there.

  • You're all right, little one.

  • And she is incredible.

  • The largest of the old-world monkeys.

  • Beautiful bright coloration.

  • The males will get this incredible vibrant red color.

  • Oh, she likes her seal.

  • Now, although these animals are really nice and cute,

  • they don't make good pets.

  • That's a message that we're very passionate about is, you know,

  • you need to be able to -- [ Laughter ]

  • She's sitting on him.

  • That's fine. That's all good. That's all good.

  • There you go. All good. Just stay nice and still.

  • She just wants to see your face.

  • See how you're going. There you go.

  • -Oh, my gosh. [ Laughter ]

  • I think it's cute. Thank you. That's a great toy.

  • I think it's really nice. I like this.

  • Do you want another -- do you want a grape?

  • -Yeah, grab a grape.

  • -Do you want a green grape?

  • -I think she's out. She's done. What do you reckon?

  • Now, yeah, they don't make good pets.

  • They're better either in the wild or being cared for

  • by someone who really knows how to take care of them

  • because they're really hyperactive.

  • They're really, really wild.

  • -She's just gorgeous. -Oh, she's beautiful.

  • -She can come back whenever she likes.

  • Stay there and just have your grapes

  • and we'll go out to commercial, okay, buddy?

  • -That's Mishka. She's so cute.

  • -That's Mishka. Robert Irwin, everybody.

  • -The first season -- [ Cheers and applause ]

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -Oh, wow.

  • -Aww. -Yeah.

  • -There you go.

  • The first season of "Crikey! It's the Irwins"

  • is available on the Animal Planet Go app.

  • So cute.

-I hate to ask this,

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ロバートアーウィンとジミーボトルは、赤ちゃんのミニチュア馬を養う (Robert Irwin and Jimmy Bottle Feed a Baby Miniature Horse)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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