Happy birthday Krakatoa!

kimodo-dragon-birthdayPhoto credit: Daron Dean / The St. Augustine Record via LA Times via Warming Glow

Krakatoa, the now-8 year old Kimodo dragon from the St. Augustine Alligator Farm and Zoological Park, proves that all happy birthdays are properly celebrated with a SpongeBob party hat…even in the animal kingdom.

The mouse-covered cake, however, is probably a uniquely Kimodoian birthday treat.

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