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ZOO’S LIONS TREATED TO SOME ENRICHING ACTIVITIES ON WORLD LION DAY
6 August 2015 - On Monday, 10 August 2015, the world will celebrate World Lion Day which aims to create awareness of this vulnerable species. Read on
GOLDEN-AGERS GET SPOILED ON OUR FREE DAYS FOR SENIORS
13 July 2015 - 2015 is the International Year of Light and the National Zoological Gardens of South Africa will be celebrating this with a public lecture entitled “Light is Life” Read on
GOLDEN-AGERS GET SPOILED ON OUR FREE DAYS FOR SENIORS
8 May 2015 - Few things in life are free, but the National Zoological Gardens of South Africa offers four free days for senior citizens throughout the year; and 2015 is no different. Read on
TREAT HER LIKE AN AFRICAN QUEEN THIS MOTHER’S DAY
30 April 2015 - The zoo’s Mother’s Day activities on 9 May 2015 give her a choice of calm scenery with the option of indulging in the gifted hands of a masseuse from Bakwena Spa for a head and neck massage. Or she could jive to the soothing sounds of a jazz band and a DJ. Why not do both? Read on
OUR LIONS AND TIGERS ROAR WITH PLEASURE
28 April 2015 - After an interval of more than nine months, the National Zoological Gardens of South Africa is excited to announce the completion of its newly upgraded lion and tiger enclosures. Our beautiful animals will once again be in their homes for you to visit! Read on
NZG’S INLAND PENGUINS SUPPORT COASTAL PENGUIN WADDLE
15 April 2015 - The African penguin (Spheniscus demersus) is possibly South Africa’s most rapidly declining bird at present and in the last eight years its population has halved. Today fewer than 21,000 pairs remain. The IUCN’s Red List of Threatened Species classifies African penguins as endangered with their population sizes decreasing. Read on
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