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London attractions: Hang with the tigers at London Zoo
Published: Friday 31st of May 2013
All manner of wildlife reside here including giraffes, tigers and gorillas, to name just a few.
The Tiger Territory in particular, allows visitors to get up close and personal with these majestic creatures in all their glory.
Tiger Territory is home to critically-endangered Sumatran tigers, set in a 2,500sqm enclosure.
You also get the chance to explore Africa, right here in the heart of London Zoo with the "Into Africa" exhibit, where you can meet tropical animals from the continent such as hunting dogs and zebras.
And be sure to catch the feeding time at the penguin enclosure, where you can learn more about these awesome creatures.
All in all, the zoo is home to 12,000 animals and a number of different exhibits and habitat environments.
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Posted by Kevin Smith
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