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One of Two Australian Mixed Yards

Koala, Tammar Wallaby, and Short-nosed Echidna yard. The other mixed yard consists of Koalas, Eastern Gray Kangaroos and Tammar Wallabies.

One of Two Australian Mixed Yards
Blackduiker, 6 Jun 2010
    • Blackduiker
      Koala, Tammar Wallaby, and Short-nosed Echidna yard. The other mixed yard consists of Koalas, Eastern Gray Kangaroos and Tammar Wallabies.
    • Blackduiker
      The photo shows about 1/2 of the exhibit.
    • Fossa dude
      That's a really cool exhibit. Do you get to see the echidna's ever or are they always underneath the soil? Sorry if I ask to many questions but I'm going to the L.A. Zoo in about a month and I'm really excited.
    • mstickmanp
      Not always but the echidnas are indeed sometimes visible. They never dig underground, but they do have a small house that they spend a lot of time in. Your best chance to see the echidnas and koalas active is if you go early in the morning. And don't worry about asking questions.
    • Blackduiker
      This is the place to ask zoo questions Fossa Dude, I know I do.
    • Fossa dude
      Thank you guys. Just two more weeks and I will be there!!!!!! It looks like I really awesome zoo.
    • Blackduiker
      Blackduiker

      We think it will be even more awesome in a couple more years, after a few more of the major new exhibits open. But we like it! :)
    • Jabiru96
      This looks like a good exhibit
    • Fossa dude
      What r the major exhibits?
    • mstickmanp
      The major exhibits are Campo Gorilla Reserve, Red Ape Reserve, Chimpanzees of Mahale Mountains, Monkeys of China, and I think the Snow Leopard, Sumatran Tiger, Lion, and Giraffe exhibits should also be included because there is always lots of activity around them.
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    Los Angeles Zoo & Botanical Gardens
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    Blackduiker
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    6 Jun 2010
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