|Front Gate of Dublin Zoo|
|Arc near the Meerkat Restaurant|
- World of Cats
- World of Primates
- Fringes of the Arctic
- African Plains / African Savanna
- Gorilla Rainforest
- The Kaziranga Forest Trail
- Bird's House
- Reptile House
|Chimpanzee - Mother and Child (Near the Gorilla Rainforest)|
|Peacock (Somewhere near the Coffee Shop) called Peafowl|
|Hippopotamus (African Plains)|
You can rarely see this hippopotamus sunbathing like this. This mammal loves to play hide and seek with people. And he hides under water. Hmmp, sounds not fair. :)
|Red Panda (The Kaziranga Forest Trail)|
|Lizard (Reptile House)|
|Abyssinian Ground-Hornbill (African Plains)|
The zoo keepers have presentations that you can listen and learn. It's up to you really. We've chose to attend few but not all. But it's okay because there are plenty of information that can be read all over the place (basically at every animal cage).
|Playground near the African Savanna|
|Picnic Areas near the Haughton House|
I highly recommend that you bring your own camera and capture every moment there. To be honest, I have loads of pictures of animals taken at Dublin Zoo since I've been there for four times. I just can't post all of them here. I plan to have those printed as postcards and calendars. I've seen great samples at zooprinting.com.
The entrance fee to the zoo is €16.00 for adult and €11.50 for child age 3-15. Hubby can get the ticket for €6.00 since he is a member of a social club at their office. Kellogs also have their promotion ticket at the box which is buy one ticket and another person with you can come in for free.