London Zoo exhibited Chimpanzee in 1835, Jumbo African elephant in 1866, Guy the gorilla in 1947. It house rare wonderful range of animals

London Zoo is a very popular attraction. It was opened by Zoological Society of London (ZSL) in 1828. They exhibited Chimpanzee in 1835 for the 1st time. Public admitted to the Zoo in 1847. Jumbo, the first African elephant brought down from France in 1866. Very popular Guy the gorilla arrived at London Zoo in 1947.

There were more popular animal seen here like Josephine (Indian hornbill), Goldie (the golden eagle), The Quagga, Eros (wild snowy owl), Belinda (Mexican red-kneed bird-eating spider), Winnie (American black bear), Obaysch Pipaluk (Male Polar Bear), Jumbo the Elephant etc.

ZSL London Zoo houses a wonderful range of reptiles, fish, invertebrates, birds and mammals. Of the more than 650 species at the Zoo, 112 are listed as threatened in the Red Data Books.

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Address: Regent’s Park, London NW1 4RY Tel. 020 7449 6200
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