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London Zoo to open new home for apes

Xinhua - May 25, 2017
LONDON, May 25 (Xinhua) -- London Zoo's new treehouse-style luxury home for its family of apes is to open Saturday. The zoo has created the new home for gibbons Jimmy and Yoda, where the pair will be able to swing through a maze of branches and ...

Endangered spiny hill turtle born for first time at ZSL London Zoo ...

Evening Standard - May 22, 2017
An unusual endangered turtle has hatched for the first time at ZSL London Zoo. Zookeepers captured the moment the spiny hill turtle, which gets its name from ...

London Zoo: That's how tiger beetles roll

Arizona Daily Sun - May 22, 2017
Spring in Flagstaff means occasionally seeing the entire contents of your recycling bin flying through the neighborhood courtesy of the high winds. It's enough to make even those who fiercely love this town wish they lived along the coast of the ...

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Original vintage poster BUTTERFLY OBSERVATION LONDON ZOO 1952


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Fur, Fins, and Feathers: Abraham Dee Bartlett and the Invention of the Modern Zoo

by: Cassandre Maxwell
Abraham Dee Bartlett knew from a young age that he wanted to spend his life working with animals. But in Victorian London, there weren’t many jobs that provided an opportunity to do that. Still, Abraham spent years gaining knowledge and pursuing his dream until he eventually became superintendent in the London Zoo. Driven by his compassion for the animals, Abraham dramatically improved the conditions of the zoo to ensure that the animals could be happy and healthy.

With engaging back matter and charming illustrations, Cassandre Maxwell’s book brings to life the little-known story of the man who helped to create the modern zoo.
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The Tower, the Zoo, and the Tortoise

by: Julia Stuart
Brimming with charm and whimsy, this national bestseller set in the Tower of London has the transportive qualities and delightful magic of the contemporary classics Chocolat and Amélie

Balthazar Jones has lived in the Tower of London with his loving wife, Hebe, and his 120-year-old pet tortoise for the past eight years. That’s right, he is a Beefeater (they really do live there). It’s no easy job living and working in the tourist attraction in present-day London. .
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London's Zoo

by: Gwynne Vevers

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The National Geographic Magazine / June, 1953 / Volume CIII, Number Six / Following the Trail of Lewis and Clark; Eight Maps of Discovery; London's Zoo of Zoos; Stately Homes of Old Virginia; Founders of New England; Nevada Learns to Live with the Atom

Contains full color photos and a Coca-Cola ad on the back cover. Size: 7" x 10". No marks. Binding is tight but edges are slightly rubbed. Edges browned slightly. NOT ex-library. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Category: Travel & Places; Inventory No: 023365.
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Visit ZSL London Zoo for a fun family day out!

http://www.zsl.org Have a great day out at ZSL London Zoo! With over 760 different species to discover, a visit to ZSL London Zoo is the perfect day out for ...

London Zoo, Regents Park, London, UK

London Zoo, one of the oldest Zoo's on the planet. A full walk round - Giraffe, Tigers, Camels, Penguins, Monkeys, Gorilla - and best of all snakes in the reptile ...


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Gorilla Escapes London Zoo Enclosure

The London Zoo says its male gorilla Kumbuka was safely returned to his enclosure on Oct. 13 after escaping into the secure keepers area.

A day at London Zoo

A video showing you around London Zoo. From http://www.londondrum.com/cityguide/london-zoo.php The video is provided by http://www.londondrum.com, ...