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The Toronto Zoo is a wonderful tourist attraction. Kids and adults alike enjoy visiting this place a lot. Why is that you ask? Well, the Toronto Zoo has no less than 5000 animals on display. The Species range from rainforest dwelling animals to the inhabitants of the Tundra and everything in between. People not only enjoy watching these animals but end up learning a lot about them through the displays.
The displays have been enhanced and separated according to the original geographical location of each animal. Not only this, several rare animal species like Lemurs, Tamarins and Penguins have all been brought here to conserve them. Mammals, reptiles and birds all find a happy, healthy home here. It is a great idea to take kids here to teach them more about animals and conservation. A wonderful pit stop on a family holiday, this place is a must visit.
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So many animals - so little time! While I was present at the zoo for maybe 3 hours, I didn't have enough time to see all the different animals. We first started at the Giant Panda as they will no longer be in Toronto soon. We were very lucky to see the cubs and one of the adult pandas. THEY ARE SO CUTE (from afar). We then made our way to the Eurasia section of the zoo and saw the red panda (also cute), camels, a falcon, etc. I could go on for while about all the animals we saw in the span of 3 hours. Disclaimer - my family and I seem to take a longer time at each exhibit as I noticed that people come and go pretty quickly while we're still standing there in awe. If you enjoy wildlife and love learning, definitely go to the zoo! Oh and be sure to wear shoes that are comfortable for walking - you'll be doing a lot of that.
Went for my birthday... Loved the animals. Some staff were great, some staff weren't so great. It's a good 4 hour walk if you're going at a slower pace like we did. Food was expensive, so bring your own if you would prefer not to spend. Lots of drink machines. Plenty of restrooms. I saw some water taps on the trails. Good family day out.
My first time at The Toronto Zoo. Thank You for making The Toronto Zoo disability accessible. I have mobility issues and need the aid of my scooter.Which we brought with us. Which made it easy for me to get around and see and enjoy the zoo. It was amazing to see all the animals. If it was not for all the hard work everyone at The Toronto Zoo do on a daily basis people would not have the joy of seeing all the wonderful animals. Thanks for the breeding programs that take place at The Toronto Zoo. They are trying to help put back into the wild and build the population of these endangered species of all types of animals. Thank You to everyone who works and volunteers at The Toronto Zoo for all the hard work that you do. I will be going back to The Toronto Zoo again.
It's a great place for the entire family to spend a day. Don't try to cover the whole zoo in one day though. It's huge. And you will spend quite some time trying to figure out which way to go. The map and signs should be improved. This summer is the last summer to see the giant panda if you are a panda enthusiast. They will be moving to Calgary in 2018.
It's always a great day at the zoo! This time we got a great look at the White Rhino! What a magnificent creature! Did you know they are the 2nd largest land animal after the elephant? (While giraffes are taller, the White Rhino weighs more.) The Red Pandas were out and about, too, and they are just the cutest looking little devils! And of course we visited the Giant Panda exhibit. Wonderful to see! The Toronto Zoo is recognized as a world leader in its field, and I feel we should support it.