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Named for the bird, not the fruit, Kiwi Trail takes you off the beaten path to a little nocturnal house where our brown kiwis live.
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2920 Zoo Dr (San Diego Zoo)
"The whole exhibit is amazing but be sure to check out the tar pit demo/replica in addition to admiring the elephants. Fascinating historical stuff!"
"Bus tour is the best way to get a quick overview of all the activities and venues at the zoo. Highly recommended."
"Mangabeys, mandrills, and guenons, oh my! There are 7 different species of monkeys along Monkey Trail, and they are always busy grooming, playing, eating, sunbathing, squabbling – and watching you!"
Big Cat Trail
"Our 18-year-old black jaguar, Orson, likes to get up close to the front of his enclosure to check out his admirers. He's quite an impressive sight!"
2920 Zoo Dr (Lost Forest, San Diego Zoo)
"Baby hippo in the hippo pool sooo cute!"
2920 Zoo Dr (Discovery Outpost, San Diego Zoo)
"The Reptile House is one of the oldest buildings in the San Diego Zoo. It is home to more than 950 individual reptiles and amphibians, which represent more than 200 different species and subspecies."
2920 Zoo Dr (Urban Jungle, San Diego Zoo)
"The Zoo’s adult male giraffe, Silver, is more than 17 feet tall. With such a long neck, it’s surprising that giraffes have the same number of vertebrae that we do—each one is just much bigger!"
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