Spice of Blythe: Penguins and Lizards at the Dallas Zoo!

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DALLAS -- I'm super excited to be at the Dallas Zoo again today!  It's a good chance to focus on what's important -- the earth and our little friends who share it with us.

First, we met a brother and sister, two African black-footed penguins, then we met an Argentinian black and white tegu named Spock.

The penguins were super soft, the tegu felt more like a basketball... But they both get their food from the Dallas Zoo's amazing Animal Nutrition Center.  It's like a restaurant for animals that makes sure the animals get exactly the nutrition they need, in just the flavors they like.

And just like my restaurant, the seafood the penguins eat comes from sustainable sources!

That's the Spice of Blythe here: feed yourself, take care of yourself and others, but also make sure you're not taking more from the earth than you have to.  We have to share it not only with each other but also with some pretty incredible animal friends.

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