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A prime attraction of the Los Angeles, the Los Angeles Zoo is a later addition to the Los Angeles. Besides safely housing the large variety of animals, the large zoo has accommodations and provides facilities for educational programs and public enrichment knowledge bases about the evolution or lifestyle of the animals.
The most famous attractions of the Los Angeles Zoo are its Campo Gorilla Reserve which specializes in the caring and exhibition of the western lowland gorillas within a comfortably large reserved space. The visitors are supposed to see the animals from behind two observation chambers of glass. It includes culture of palms, fern plants and pomegranates to provide natural fodder for the gorillas.
The next famous exhibit is of the wide variety of Asian elephants of mainly Thailand, India and China. The elephant enclosure includes a research and medical housing. The elephants are assorted in groups to help in the classification based on their continental or territorial coverage. The third largest exhibition is of the Botanical Gardens, which houses more than 800 species and varieties of plants worldwide.
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I've been coming here, since I was a kid, and the zoo is just great. GLAZA does very good work, and the staff at the park are nice. Thank you to the medical teams for the couple of times I had to ask advice for my friend's rescue park in the amazon. They helped out greatly, and it just goes to reinforce their awesomeness. Keep up the great work. GO PLANET!
I decided to do LA Zoo over San Diego Zoo because of price. The entry to the zoo was US$12.00 which is inexpensive once you are inside and see the amount of enclosures they have. I spent most of the day wondering around all the enclosures and towards closing, I still had not seen all the animals. The souvenirs are reasonably priced and the overall atmosphere is great. The layout was quiet easy to follow and the availability of the service train was great when you needed to get to the other side of the zoo quickly.
I watched a Silver back gorilla poop a perfect snickers into his hand "tender morsel." He then enjoyed the tasty treat. That was damn near 35 years ago. It's seared into my mind - etched for eternity.
One of the best zoos I've been to. The layout of the park ensures you're never too far from the next exhibit. The was friendly and were usually able to provide anecdotes about the animals. Prices at the zoo were reasonable making this a great location for a family of any size.
Well half the animals weren't even in their exhibits. If they are open from 10am-5pm that gives employees enough time to take care of the animals either earlier or later. The majority of these animals are not housed properly.. I think it would be wiser to put nocturnal animals all in one place and animals that are from colder climates in better conditioned exhibits. A lot of people would call this animal neglect. My concluding thoughts: why not just set these animals free? To their correct habitats of course.