Thursday, September 14, 2017

Two Duesers day at Toronto Zoo

The early early Wednesday morning promised good weather


Erica and me met up at Kennedy Subway/Bus station to take the bus out to the Zoo, on the way we saw this commercial-ad for Alias Grace


At the zoo I zoomed in on Sweden just to show.


A carousel for the kids, but it wasn't running in the middle of the week, so weren't the caf├ęs so it was good we had brought plenty of water.


Entering Discovery zone we saw this beautiful woodworks.

     

Every now and again there were these colourful resting chairs.


One of the "baby" pandas and the mother. They are twins and born in 2015, the first ones born in Canada

                                                                                                           

And Daddy Panda

 

The three musketeers had a look at the Pandas too

  


Duck means duck, duck doesn't mean duck


Frogs hiding in plain sight


BeaverTails, not that we could try it

  

Just like Fraser and Victoria in "Victoria's Secret" we were looking at the polarbears

  

Humphrey's a three years old who still likes to play around

    

His five years old brother Hudson came out for feeding time

 


Mother Aurora or aunt Nikita is resting, they're 16 years old twins


Two artic wolves are living at the Zoo, like many other animals they were seeking the shade this day                                                                               
         

  
              
Some different kinds of birds
                 
                                                                                                                                                                                 
                                                                                                                                       

                                                                    

Duesers: If Fraser and Ray Kowalski were flying onto the Tundra I believe this is what their camp would have been and the bed on the right would be Ray K's as it's much more messier than the left side in the tent.


   

                                          

And for their African adventure

     
                                                                                               
Reindeer and Inukshuk        
                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                             


Some cool details

 



The lions sleeps in the shade

    

Baboons


Zebras

Cheetahs



And again so many beautiful plants

  

                                                                                                                       
                                                                                                                                        


Rhinos and Hippos



And of course there were giraffes too

  

And lemurs, who can resist these little cuties?

  


Fishes


Meerkats



And more cuties, the penguins

  

  

  



We ended the lovely afternoon with dinner at Jack Astor's. Of course I had to have that ridicolous small brownie again. And not to get bored we played Hangman - Canadian TV and Movies

  

And again in the subway around Bay there were this HUGE Alias Grace ad

And another ad in lovely colours






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