Kookaburras Laugh While Stingray Bay Provides a Touching Experience

The last pavilion is the Australasia Pavilion, which has seen many changes in the past few years, houses species from the Australian mainland and surrounding islands.  One of my favourites and also the first animal you encounter upon entering the pavilion is the Matschie tree kangaroo.  Shrouded in a hush of slight whisper, obeying “shh” signs,…

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Spotlight on the Toronto Zoo

The beautiful Rouge Valley, at 11,500 acres, thirteen times the size of New York’s Central Park, is Toronto’s largest park, and encompasses the Toronto Zoo.  With over 5,000 animals representing almost 500 species spread over 700 acres; the Toronto Zoo is one of the largest zoos in the world.  Animals are exhibited geographically, each region…