Vitamin Z at the Detroit Zoo

*Lots of animal photos below! —v*

Sara Goodman has been back in the US of A  for ~3 weeks after serving her country for the last >2 years in Burkina Faso with the US Peace Corps. This means many things (re-integration into America, catching up with current social/political/economic trends, reverse culture shock, final doses of anti-malarial drugs, etc.), but most immediately concerning to me were Sara’s near critically deficient levels of vitamin Z. Thankfully this is something that could easily be remedied as Ms. Goodman lives in close proximity to the Detroit Zoo.

The following photo set is not intended to be a full diagnostic. However, it is included as an indicator for anyone else who might have a deficiency and need prompting to go *immediately* to the nearest zoo for treatment.

NB: All images are labelled (to the best of my ability) with the proper animal names. Please let me know if I have incorrectly labelled anything. Thanks!

Detroit Zoo Butterfly House - The Blue Morpho Butterfly in the upper left landed on my hand! - Copyright Robert Hartwig 2013

Detroit Zoo Butterfly House – The Blue Morpho Butterfly in the upper left landed on my hand! – Copyright Robert Hartwig 2013

R-->L - Row 1, Savu Island Python, Eastern Milk Snake - Row 2, Western Diamondback Rattlesnake, Indo-Chinese Spitting Cobra - Row 3, Timor Python, Desert Rattler

R–>L – Row 1, Savu Island Python, Eastern Milk Snake – Row 2, Western Diamondback Rattlesnake, Indo-Chinese Spitting Cobra – Row 3, Timor Python, Desert Rattler

Don’t suffer in silence! Vitamin Z is abundantly available for those in need.

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Cheers,

Rob

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4 Responses to Vitamin Z at the Detroit Zoo

  1. Lynn Hartwig says:

    love the butterfly collage…esp the blue one on your hand.

  2. Pingback: One month in the US… | The Adventures of a Returned Peace Corps Violist

  3. wagarob says:

    Thanks so much!

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