Our zoo sort of rocks. It’s beautiful and lovely, and the animals seem like they’re in relatively large-enough habitats. My love for zoos far outweighs my sadness for the animals being removed from their natural habitats.
I feel like since we are obviously the greatest threat to animals, the more we can learn about, and understand animals, the greater the chance we will be moved to help the animals that are living out in the wild.
Zoos help people feel compassion and excitement and love for these animals, therefore I am pro-zoo.
Monologue aside, we visited our zoo the other day and I was giddy when I saw the giraffes- they are up there in my top 5 favorite animals, and they were all cute and frolicking on the morning we visited.
Let’s get on with the project! I found this in the book, Easy Origami, by Fumaki Shingu.
- Origami paper (or plain paper that is cut into a square)
Well, here’s a video to watch. It’s really much easier to see how to make these while watching a video…
Do you want to see my problem giraffe? This was the 3rd one I made, and I’m not really sure what happened here, poor guy:
Here’s a great site with diagrams and video tutorials for folding every letter of the alphabet.
This post is a little link-heavy, but I found SO MANY great origami books and papers, Click on the image to find the item on Amazon (affiliate links):
Have fun, and show me your origami creations on my Facebook Page!