A Mime’s Tale: Raccoon Feeding

by Jack Banagis on July 22, 2013 No comments

Today it is our pleasure to bring you something a little different, which was thought up by one of our interns, Makoto Yamamoto. Makoto is from Kyoto, Japan and is studying biology and drama at Tufts University. We welcomed him as an intern at the beginning of May. ┬áMakoto really enjoys his time at the center, describing it as “I am extremely proud to say that my first exposure to the field of veterinary medicine was through NEWC, and I recommend this internship without any hesitation”

Makoto attends a miming club at Tufts and has been practicing his skills for some time now. Once he shared this talent with us and came up with the idea to mime a “Raccoon Feeding” we knew we had something good. This light hearted video perfectly depicts the process an intern goes through during such feedings. We hope you enjoy it.

View the YouTube video Here!

Jack BanagisA Mime’s Tale: Raccoon Feeding