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by Kathie M
October 20, 2009
October 18, 2006
From journal A Cultural Tour of Denver, Colorado
by JANET S
ROCK ISLAND, Illinois
August 2, 2002
The zoo has an excellent breeding program and frequently has babies to view in the nursery.
Watch the sea lions at feeding time. Take a stroll through the aviary--but look out for bird that is attracted to human hair and enjoys a good dive bombing. Check out the polar bear--and admire the new cub. If you want to be certain that you do not want to encounter a polar bear in the wild stand next to the lifesized picture and see how massive these animals are! Go eye to eye with a tiger--admire their graceful movement and their beautiful color. Each animal is beautiful to behold.
The zoo rents wagons and strollers to make it easier for the little ones and their parents to make it through the trip.
Once you have completed your journey through the zoo venture outside to the city park and burn off steam on the playground (or rest under a tree if your legs are a bit older.)
The zoo is a pleasant way to spend an afternoon in Denver.
From journal Mile High City
July 24, 2001
It didn't cost me anything. I got all that I needed after working and sitting for too long. And I felt that I really visited Denver this time instead of seeing the inside of an airport, a shuttle, a hotel room, an office, another shuttle, and the airport again!
From journal Seeing Denver
by Casual Tourist
September 14, 2000
From journal In and About Denver