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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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Meet our colourful residents of Butterfly Paradise!

These fluttering friends have all undergone an amazing transformation and now their home has too. This Half-term you'll be able to step into our tropical secret garden and enjoy games, talks, and learn all about the butterfly and moth lifecycle.

Learn more: http://www.zsl.org/…/news/butterflies-in-your-tummy%E2%80%A6
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A little snow can never keep a good otter down.
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Budi hones his hunting skills with the help of Nakal as playful target practise.

Want to see more amazing photography from the zoo? You can now follow us on Tumblr! http://zsllondonzoo.tumblr.com/
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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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Happy #FactFriday! Did you know the caterpillars of the Scarlet Mormon butterfly look like bird droppings? A great survival tactic as predators don't want to eat bird poo!

Meanwhile, the postman butterfly has a daily 'round' visiting the same flowers every day - hence its name.

We've got lots of special half term activities taking place at Butterfly Paradise over the next week - find out more and download our special Spotters Guide ahead of your visit! 

http://www.zsl.org//zsl-london-zoo/exhibits/butterfly-paradise
Immerce yourself in a world of amazing and beautiful butterflies and moths from around the globe
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Happy birthday tiger cubs!

Our rare tiger cubs - Budi, Nakal, and Cinta - have been celebrating their first birthday this week with some very special presents. However, although these cubs are older they proved that they still need their mum around! 
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That moment when the sun comes out in January.
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That moment when the sun comes out in the SUMMER you mean
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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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Luke Hall
a month ago
Did'nt seem that great to be honest, personally think Bristol and Painton Zoo are so much better. Me and my gf did the whole zoo in couple hours, also thought the size was pretty poor considering there are public roads and walkthroughs the other side of the fences. Thought that was pretty bad for the animals being a stones through from the general public. The worst bit was at the Giraffee shelter where 1 of the keepers threw a bucket of 'yellow' liquid onto the walk area. Not saying what it was but....you can guess.
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John Hajiandreou
2 weeks ago
Loved the animals but felt sorry for them. Their spaces looked so small. Reptiles display was almost empty as some other displays. Took our time went everywhere had lunch and that only took as less than 4 hours As for the prices not even a full zoo with more animals is worth that. .£27 adults £19 kids.
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hulk hogan
5 months ago
i was in london and i really wanted to see the zoo. midwestern boys like me don't get to see zoos often. so i showed up like 2 hours before closing time and i didn't realize how big the park outside of the zoo was. eventually, i started running. i wanted to see that zoo. i got there, breathless. most of the cool animals were put away. i saw a giraffe. he had a huge boner and then he started pissing. he pissed for like 3 minutes straight. A+++ would recommend.
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Lloyd Clarke
a month 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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beccy roffey
a month ago
It was ok we did the 2 for 1 Offer but still cost us £54. We have Africa Alive & Colchester Zoo nearer to us which are far better. Just didn't seem anything that exciting to see. The best zoo we have been to is Edinburgh.
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Edgley Cesar
6 months ago
Excellent day out for the whole family. Tickets are quite expensive but worth every penny. Loads to see and do so plan your visit allowing a good 4-5 hours of visiting time, specially if you're with children. Avoid peak times such as bank holiday weekends or half term as queues at the front can be VERY long and generally a crowded zoo can make the viewing of the animals a bit frustrating, even more so if you like taking photos. Tigers, lions and other big beasts can be quite inactive so try to go to see them during feeding time. The penguin show is a must! Feeding/show times are on the map given at the entrance. If you consider becoming a ZSL member, enrol it while you're there as they will deduct the price you've paid for the day ticket from the membership total, saving you some money.
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Richard Hennessy
6 months ago
Some of the animals have fantastic enclosures and seem pretty happy (as much as an animal can look happy when it is in captivity!) Some animals had very small and basic enclosures and it was pretty sad to see them in such conditions. The zoo talks a lot about conservation but seems to forget that what it uses and sells has an impact on the environment. I would have expected all their disposable coffee cups and lids to be fully compostable, many coffee shops have them. There was no visible attempt to filter any of the waste made by visitors to the zoo. Everything just goes in single bins and presumably to landfill. The coffee used (was mediocre, badly made and milk burnt!) was not clearly marked as fair trade or sustainable and neither was the sugar. It looks like the zoo has gone for the cheapest stuff they could pick up at the cash and carry. Come on London zoo, have some awareness of how you and your business practices affect the environment. If you are going to preach the conservation message you have to walk the walk AND talk the talk otherwise you are just hypocritical.
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