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April 20, 2005
The zoo is one big circle, with pens dotting it and bisected by a savana-type area. Each animal's habitat, while not so much true to its origins, provided a stunning view of the animal. They all seemed docile and accepting of their environment, happy to see and be seen. It is not the most impressive or high-tech zoo around, but the perfect answer if you've ever been frustrated by the crowds and no-show animals at the usual zoo.
This place also had true Canadian spirit. The zookeepers are available and were bent on showing us a good time and answering all the questions we could come up with. Also, you can get through the whole zoo in just a few hours, which makes it a short-but-sweet adventure.
From journal Road Trip to the Vancouver Zoo!
by Rico and the Fiddler
Misison Viejo, California
May 10, 2004
From journal At one with the Killer Whale in BC