There are architectural samples at the zoo. And a number of people who actually live in the zoo. This hut is just used for storage though. I think this will be our last zoo picture. Let's go do something else tomorrow.
There are lots more animals, but check out these dinosaur bones! The zoo has three complete dinosaur skeletons--amazing really, any museum in the world would be envious. The bones were all collected in northern Niger and I predict in the future this will be one hot spot for dino-tourism. They have a treasure-trove of undiscovered bones up there. These don't even have labels, sit out in the weather all year, and people can touch them. Don't know how long these treasures will last.
Ever since I saw Amina's henna tattoo, I've wanted to have mine done. Amina was nice enough to drive me out to the tattoo artist's place so I could arrange to have her come to do henna tattoos for everyone at work. Here is my hand, fresh out of the smoke that sets the ink. Lasts a week or so, if I don't go in the pool. (More pictures of the process on my place2place site.)