"Going to Africa. Hope I don't get AIDS. Just kidding! I'm white."
Especially considering she defends her horrible 'joke.'
In her section of the book, Justine explains
Jack Hanna was spotted in New York City, hanging out with a gorgeous young leopard.
He was on his way into The Late Show with David Letterman at the Ed Sullivan Theater.
We wanna hang out with Jack because he has the coolest animal friends!
Just look at how cute and cuddly that leopard is, even though in about a year it'll be one big, deadly cat!
Jack is one brave/lucky man.
[Image via HRC/WENN.]
Jack Hanna dropped by Good Morning America to show off a couple of his animal buddies.
A fussy young wildebeest and zebra were two of the guests on GMA, as were two adorbz, cuddly lynx babies.
Check out the above video to see some super cute baby animals.
"Jungle" Jack Hanna brought several animals onto last night's Letterman.
One of those was a HUGE anaconda.
Letterman didn't seem too happy to have a giant snake crawling all over his desk.
Check out the above video for a massive snake and a freaked out David Letterman.
Veteran zookeeper Jack Hanna held an adorable baby kangaroo while visiting The Late Show with David Letterman at Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City on Monday night.
Do we need a talk show for Jack to stop by with cute baby animals?
Maybe we'll see if Jack can bring some animals to our next birthday party…or just…anytime.
[Image via Buzz Foto.]
The Columbus Zoo's Jack Hanna shows off some of these beautiful ferocious animals.
The animals that appeared on the show included an 8-month old lion, a palm civet, a Eurasian eagle owl and an albino python!
Check out these animals in the clip above!
Jack Hanna started working with animals at just 11-years-old, so it’s no surprise he’s such an animal lover.
Check out the clip above of Jack showing off some adorable animals like a snow leapoard, a cheetah, a lemur, and even black-footed penguin from South Africa!