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  1. Welcome to the tour of our newly opened zoo! Please bear in mind that touching, groping, licking, snogging, fondling, caressing, shagging and leaptackleraping of the animals is strictly forbidden. Now, if you take a look to your right, you see dominic octoman, known for his tendency to bang against the cage with wooden sticks. If you'd move forward a bit now, thank you - there is dominic shagosaurus, a very dangerous species that you should stay clear of at all times. There have been a few victims who... you don't really want to know what happened to them. Continuing the tour, on your left you can see the widely spread dominic simianus, a very pleasant and friendly animal. Oy, you over there, stop throwing bananas at the cage! Right here in the next cage is a close relative of dominic simianus, the wonderfully curly-haired dominic gorilla. Careful with that drink there, lady, he might snatch it! Moving on, in that cage at the end of this alley is our newest addition to the dominic family representatives in our zoo. It's a very rare species, preferring to come out of his dwelling only during heavy rain. It's feeding time, so I have other obligations, but you're very welcome to continue the tour on your own. Feel free to leave a comment in our guestbook below, but be sure to add some photos of creatures from the dominic tree of animals!
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