There cannot be enough animal conservation and protection charities in this world. I have recently discovered the existence of the Zoological Society in London (ZSL). Although this organization has been around for ages,many people all over the world (especially those who do not exactly live in Europe) have not heard about it.
I have a soft spot for animals so it always excites me to share something like this with you. The ZSL Zoo is located near Regent’s Park London, England and is open everyday except for Christmas Day. It’s not an easy feat to maintain a zoo so this one automatically deserves a thumbs up and a pat on the back (I should know. Where I come from, zoos don’t exactly thrive).
And just to make sure everything is clear: Visitors below 16 years old will not be admitted without an adult. Since the ZSL is raising money for a lot of animal protection causes, entrance tickets also have certain fees. Then again, how hard is it to contribute to a good cause, eh?
Do not think that the ZSL Zoo is one with tightly-locked cages though. There, the animals have a considerably large space to move around in. In fact, the ZSL Zoo has a number of exhibits guests will surely enjoy. Some of them include the following:
*Clore Rainforest Lookout
*Meet the Monkeys
There is one for every type of person there. Even some endangered animals have found their way over at the ZSL Zoo. So if you are ever traveling to London by any chance, don’t forget to drop by and give some of the animals a little hello.