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London, United Kingdom
November 8, 2012
Halesowen, England, United Kingdom
October 31, 2012
From journal My Stay in Edinburgh
London, England, United Kingdom
October 24, 2011
italy part four,
Grimsby, England, United Kingdom
May 1, 2011
by Denise Scotland
Scotland, United Kingdom
November 14, 2009
From journal The Athens Of The North
Workington, United Kingdom
July 10, 2009
From journal Edinburgh Weekend - April 2009
March 15, 2006
From journal Endlessly Fascinating Edinburgh
July 21, 2004
The big cats are a very popular exhibit, and the glass wall of the enclosure means you can really get face to face with fearsome and beautiful predators such as the Eurasian Lynx and the Ocelot. Endangered Asiatic lions and Amur (Siberian) tigers complete the line-up, and form a vital part of a Europe-wide conservation breeding programme.
The sealions are fed at 11am everyday and usually show off to the crowd that gathers round the pool. The Meerkats and Small-Clawed Otters have recently produced a couple of litters of young, which are recommended for ultimate cuteness.
Edinburgh Zoo sits on quite a steep hill, making it quite difficult for those with wheelchairs or baby-buggies to get started. To counter this, a safari truck runs regularly to the top of the hill, allowing you to work backwards through the zoo and avoid the biggest crowds.
From journal Edinburgh Life
Middlesbrough, United Kingdom
January 20, 2008
Saint John, New Brunswick
August 11, 2004
There are also two gift shops on the premises where you can find yourself different stuffed animals and more. The adults and children will both love the gift shop.
From journal Handsome Edinburgh