Region: Golden Horseshoe
Encompassing 287 hectares (710 acres), the Toronto Zoo is the largest zoo in Canada. It is divided into seven zoogeographic regions: Indo-Malaya (There are 4 outdoor exhibits in this area. Featured animals in this area include Indian rhinos, Malayan tapirs, lion-tailed macaques, orangutans, Mandarin Ducks, spiny turtles, rare Sumatran tigers, and various freshwater fish. The Malayan Woods Pavilion houses butterflies, whistling ducks, red-tailed green ratsnakes and clouded leopards.), Africa ( The African Savanna combined with the African Rainforest Pavilion encompasses most of the southern third of the zoo. The African Savanna featured species include lions, zebras, olive baboons, greater kudus, sable antelopes, white rhinos, elephants, hippopotamuses, hyenas and masai giraffe. The African Rainforest Pavilion holds the world’s largest indoor gorilla exhibit, and also holds pygmy hippopotamuses), Americas(Animals include several species of monkeys. The Americas Pavilion displays a wide variety of amphibians, reptiles, fish, and insects. The Mayan Temple Ruins features jaguars, spider monkeys, and flamingos. The Americas Pavilion houses the majority of the zoo's reptile and amphibian collection), Tundra Trek (Featured species in this area include, muskox, bison, moose, cougar and grizzly bear), Australasia (Featured species in this area include thorny devil stick insects, a variety of Australian reptiles, kangaroos, wallabies, emus, wombats, kookaburras, red-tailed black cockatoos, Matschie's tree kangaroos and Komodo dragons), Eurasia (The featured species in this section of the zoo are Siberian tigers, snow leopards, Przewalski's wild horses, red pandas, Barbary apes, and Bactrian camels.) and the Canadian Domain (This area became the sixth region of the zoo, and showcases a variety of Arctic animals including reindeer, polar bears, snowy owls, snow geese, arctic foxes and arctic wolf). Some animals are displayed indoors in tropical pavilions and outdoors in what would be their naturalistic environments, with viewing at many levels. It also has areas such as the Kids Zoo, Waterside Theatre and Splash Island.
Open : minimum 9.30am-4.30pm, closed december 25th
Entrace fee: Yes
For kids: Playgrounds and pettingarea
Food: The Zoo has a place where you can get a snack
Taking photos: Is allowed, if publiciesed, please mention the zoo on your homepage
Where to finde the Park:
I don't have any guides of this zoo. I dont know if they have made any guides. Does any body know if they made any guides? And where I can get those?
In the years 1999 they had theire anniversarry Have they made any books on this occassion?