Advertisement Hey everyone! last weekend I went to the zoo with my wife and a friend, I'd thought I'd share some of the pics we took. They aren't the best as I shoot with the worst Canon ever, and they are in no order whatsoever. As for the zoo itself I've always liked it, though I wouldn't reccomend going on one of the last saturdays before school starts. Christmas eve is probably the most empty. I would never suggest going to the Canadian exhibit, its a 2km walk down a steep hill that you have to climb back up.. unless you want to see wolves or a moose very badly. The Front Gate: Butterfly house. There were so many butterflies this time of year in there. When i went in the winter a few years ago, we found maybe 5. The Chrysalis window has to be my favourite. It looked like they used hot glue to attach them to the card. Orangutans: Gator: The Meerkats are always fun to watch, fishies, this tank is massive. This is the inside of the African Rainforest Pivilion, It's the largest and houses the Gorillas when they are inside. Couldn't find what this is called. But their were two flapping for some time: Soft-shell turtle, I have no idea why the balls were in the water. Pygmy Hippo: Tigers: Warthogs, red-somthing... Ring-tailed Lemur: Box tortoises, my wife said they looked like croissants. Burrowing Owl, I think it has some lazy wings. The Frogs: Tomato Frogs: Me with a frog i wish was real Common Marmoset, the pygmy ones were sleeping and i couldn't get a good shot. sooo cute. Pink 3-toed Sloth (its a heat lamp) Guinea Fowl, we had these growing up on the farm, I hate them so much... they screech like banshees turkeys. Red Tree Kangaroo sleeping (i hope): These probably don't need to be named Shot behind the waterfall, near the flamingos and Panthers. Capybara not kookaburra, huge difference.. Common Snapper: I don't know if these are 'deaths head' or 'false deaths head' First time I think that pede has ever been out in sight. Psalmopoeus irminia: GBB: and its' home: Lobber Grasshoppers: When you can't see one, there may as well be 300. This roach was in a tank that was full of aquarium plants and water, I think it was an excapee: Komodo Dragon: Frilled Lizard: Tentacled Snake (underwater) giant katydid: Akidna (aka spiny anteater) And Possibly one of my new favpurites, Monkey-Tailed Skink Thats all the pics that turned out that day, i hope you all enjoy them and are able to get to this awesome zoo. Cheers, Kruggar.