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One week to go until the opening night of #SunsetSafari!

See the full list of conservation talks, find out what exciting evening entertainment you can expect and enter to win tickets: 

http://www.zsl.org/sunset-safari
ZSL London Zoo launches brand new summer event for 2015
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Check out this amazing photo that Sheila Smith took of our hunter Jae Jae!
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Our troop of ring-tailed lemurs got stuck into their very own Easter egg hunt in the new In with the Lemurs exhibit at ZSL London Zoo.

Find out more about our new In with the Lemurs exhibit: http://www.zsl.org/zsl-london-zoo/exhibits/in-with-the-lemurs

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Always wanted to glimpse a tiger prowling at twilight? Or dreamt of watching graceful giraffes as they settle down at dusk? ZSL London Zoo can make your dreams come true at its brand-new summer event - Sunset Safari! http://www.zsl.org/sunset-safari
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It may not be Friday yet, but this will put a smile on your face! Find out how little Alika, our baby western lowland gorilla, has been getting on and see some exclusive footage filmed by her keepers.

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Here come the boys!
Opening on Saturday 28 March, In with the Lemurs is a brand new walk-through exhibit that will allow visits to get closer than ever to an adorable bachelor group of 16 lemurs.
Read more: http://www.zsl.org/coming-soon/in-with-the-lemurs
Brand new ‘In with the Lemurs’ walk-through exhibit for Easter
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Fancy winning a pair of tickets to the launch night of Sunset Safari - our bran new evening event?

http://www.zsl.org/zsl-london-zoo/win-tickets-to-sunset-safari-at-zsl-london-zoo
We've got ten pairs of tickets to give away to the opening night of Sunset Safari at ZSL London Zoo.
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Have you been lucky enough to meet our lemurs? They're amazing creatures with some fascinating facts behind those black & white faces.

Get some lemur learning with our new blog post (there's also a sneaky instagram competition in there too!) http://www.zsl.org/blogs/zsl-london-zoo/in-with-the-lemurs-facts
Get to know our new lemurs a bit better with these fascinating facts.
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Find out about our brand new walk-through exhibit and play In With The Lemurs - THE GAME!
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OMG! We've reached 20,000,000 views on our Youtube channel!
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Fill your February half term full of colour! 

We have loads of exciting activities taking place in Butterfly Paradise, which has undergone a transformation not unlike that of its inhabitants!

(And it's always a balmy 27 degrees inside...) 

http://www.zsl.org/zsl-london-zoo/exhibits/butterfly-paradise
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I know this is not about this picture, but i want really really want to work at your zoo. At 10 years i want to move to london. Im not adult yet,but i know many facts about 2000+ animals. At 7 years i want to go study vet animal high school and i can work with penguins in this zoo. I like your programm on tv and i really want to be penguin keeper. :) 
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Major city zoo and research centre helping to conserve numerous species in naturalistic habitats.- Google
"I had the best day as a 'Zoo-keeper for a day' at London Zoo!"
"Without a doubt there you can see many exotic species."
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Eduardo Calatayud
2 months ago
It was absolutely disappointing!!Luckily it wan't busy because frankly if we had to queue for anything it would have been a waste of time.Arrived at 12pm and left by 2pm and we had a full lunch. The lunch was advertised as a roast, but all it we got was a roast piece of chicken an some bean sauce. Chips were extra and no vegetables at £40! The overall zoo experience was made worse by main attractions like the lions not been there because that area was being worked on. Many of the animals were few and hardly visible.Many of the indoor galleries were very small and once again very difficult to see anything, many pens were just empty with no notice as to why it was like that.Our youngest son (age 5) had more fun in the bouncy castle, where there was a charge of £2/go.I visited the zoo over 20yrs ago and it was far better back then , then it is now!!! Avoid and go somewhere else.
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Benon Eojourian
3 weeks ago
Zoo admission quite expensive. Check prices before you go, book online or get a discount voucher. Restaurant is very expensive, get your own food or visit a restaurant instead. You'll get better quality and greater choice. Zoo is ok. Not impressed for the price you pay. Aquarium was poor. No sharks.
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Simon Redfern
2 months ago
Disturbingly poor quality, Animal facilities and horrendously over priced. I've been to a few Zoo's around the world and a many modern ones. Ie San Deigo, Auckland (NZ) etc and a couple of old fashioned ones where animal welfare is not that great ie Amsterdam etc. London Zoo falls into the later category. Must be at least 50 years behind modern zoo's. only went for the kids but was shocked at how expensive the place is. The restaurant was more expensive that a fairly decent meal at a proper restaurant and all they serve is poor quality pub food. Couldn't even get a seat for all of us. If you can't provide proper welfare and facilities for animals then get out of the business. A first class lesson for the kids in how Zoo's used to treat animals 100 years ago.
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Leandra Bramham
3 months ago
We visited on Saturday 28 March, the weather was dull and grey but didn't stop us having a lovely day. The new lemur experience was fantastic, it was so great to get so close to these beautiful animals. I particularly loved butterfly paradise and my 3 year old loved the meerkats and penquins(great advertising campaigns!) We were a little disappointed that lots of the animals were not out and so we didn't see some of the main features like the gorilla's, girafes and wild hunting dogs. The lions are also visiting Whipsnade at the moment whilst their new enclosure is being built. I'd have put 4 1/2 stars if I could ;)
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Xander Wood
a month ago
Without a doubt this is the best 'city' zoo I've been to, and I've been to several of them. The zoo has an excellent flow and is laid out to be easy to navigate. You could easily spend a whole day here, maybe more if you wanted to properly explore every part of the zoo. There's a huge amount of knowledge on tap here and many rare breeds that are hard to find in the wild now due to their habitats being destroyed or being hunted close to extinction. My only criticism is that some of the habitats are quite small and not ideal for the animals contained in them. Some of these animals need much larger spaces to be happy and healthy and many of the sizes of these habitats would be considered inappropriate by most animal welfare organisations. The gorilla enclosure in particular is very sad - the gorillas are very clearly depressed and frustrated. But besides this, I'd say it's an essential visit for any family and one of the outstnading examples of a zoo in the world.
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Milan Barik
a month ago
In a word average compare to other zoo in uk.Entry fee is too high 27£ for adult compared to Edinburgh zoo at only 17£.Not many animals to see. Only one tiger and no lion as the enclosure is being renovated. We did not see any elephant also may be we missed. There was a penguin show which is ok as We liked penguin parade in Edinburgh was more attracting. However life under amazon and butterfly house are unique. Tropical forest is not good as compared to Belfast and Edinburgh zoo. We will suggest travel with London pass it will be value for money.
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raju misra
2 months ago
Dissapointed, the main attactions were closed and many of the smaller enclosures were closed for no reason. Those that were open, the animals were not visible. Staff were rude, i had my 2 year old on my shoulders and was told to take her down, another couple went by with kid on shoulders nothing was said. For the money i expected more, 2 adults and 1 x 2yr old = £54, sandwiches from the cafe around £4, to go on the bouncy castle £2. Stopped counting after that ! All that money for a poor zoo experience in poorly maintained facilities.
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Lloyd Clarke
4 months ago
In 1 word; Disappointing. For £27 per Adult ticket (if by rail you can get a 2 for 1 on adult tickets which is what we did). So currently there are no lions until Spring 2016, Leamur building wasn't finished yet either. The tigers looked cold and only moved for feeding time. The Gorillas were hiding inside and hardly able to see. The rest was the usual farm yard stuff i can see when I go home. Food was a rip off in the restaurant at £10 for some crappy fish and chips. Coffee was £2.65 for some pretty horrific brown water. Luckily we did bring some food with us, although no-where to eat inside if you did bring any food, so stuck outside in the wind and the rain eating some lunch with a 7 year old - Not fun. I've been to other Zoos including Bristol and in understand that London Zoo is tight on space and it's not an "ideal" time of the year, but i was just really let down. I understand that its not cheap to look after the animals and I have no issue with paying the money for Whipsenade or Woburn where the animals have space and look much happier. I would rather there wasn't a zoo in London - with space at a premium, they should relocate outside of London and use the money to build a new, bigger, better zoo where the animals can have space to run around (tigers especially) more naturally. Hope this helps people!
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