They had a baby Zebra on site – only a couple of months old. He didn’t really understand the whole running thing – quite derpy in fact
Cute baby Zebra
This is what you mainly see of the hippos.
It took a bit of lucky timing to get a good photo of the Hippos, they spent 95% of the time underwater.
There was five (three in one area, two in another)
This is the most of a hippo I saw
The enclosure was quite large – with three or four separate waterholes for the animals, and a big open area behind it. There was a play area for kids next to it. I couldn’t get a good photo of the play area, but there was big concrete hippos that sprayed water that kids could climb all over.
These little wooden hippos were all around the enclosure, cute as
Funky wooden Hippo and a replica Hippo skull
Cheetas – The best view I got of them was when I got home and could zoom in to the photo.
I stood around for ten minutes, and he didn’t move until I started to leave, best photo I could get.
Lioness’ lazing in the midday sun
The meerkats were adorable, though there were a few that seemed rather manic
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I’m sure I saw something…
The family tree of the Gorillas at the park
These signs were everywhere, rabbits are a real invasion issue
Speeding Tortoises is a real problem
Nom nom nom
Nasty little puppies…
So many junkies at the zoo, you need two needle bins!
This drinking fountain dropped water down under the walkway – seemed rather sensible