Prospect Park Zoo, which opened in 2013, is celebrating its 100th day of operation.
The zoo has a huge collection of animals, including lions, tigers and tigers from the Kalahari Desert.
It has been awarded the 2018 Australian Lion Prize for its conservation efforts.
A full schedule of events at the zoo can be viewed at Prospect Park Zoo.
It also has the largest collection of exotic and exotic animals, of any zoo in Australia, with an estimated 200 species of reptiles and birds.
“The animals we see are unique and exotic, and are a bit different to what you’re used to,” senior curator of the zoo Fiona Smith said.
“There’s a lot of different species of animals we’re looking at and we have a lot more animals than we are used to seeing in our parks.”
A lot of animals at ProspectPark Zoo.
Photo: Fiona SmithMs Smith said there were “huge” demand for the zoo and it was important to make sure people came and see the animals.
“It’s not just the animals that people come here to see, it’s also people who have family or friends coming here and wanting to come and see some of these animals, and it’s really important to get them in to see them,” she said.
The animals in Prospect Park zoo.
Photo:”There are some really beautiful animals in here and they’re just fantastic to see,” Ms Smith said of the animals she had at the Zoo.
The Prospect Park Zoological Park in Sydney.
Photo”It really shows the range of the Australian environment, and what’s in between the species.”
We’ve got lions and tigers, giraffes, possums, snakes, reptiles, birds.
All the things you see on the cover of Nature, all of the species that you see in the books.
“We’ve also got a lot, a lot different animals, which is exciting for our staff and the general public.”
The zoo was opened in March 2013 with a population of over 2,000 animals, but it now has more than 4,000.
“Every day there are about 100 animals that we see that aren’t just in our exhibit, they’re all in our zoo,” Ms Knight said.
A lion at Prospectpark Zoo.
Photo:”They’re all on display in our animals area, so we have them all and we see them every day,” Ms Knights said.”[We’re] always in the process of moving them around and taking them to different places, and taking photos of them.”
They’ve been doing really well.
We’ve got a few that are pretty shy, and they’ll look pretty frightened and shy at times.
“The animals at the Prospect Park.
Photo Fiona Smith Ms Smith also said Prospect Park was one of the few places in Australia where visitors could have a zoo animal.”
In Australia we have so many parks and they don’t really have that same opportunity as they do in Australia,” she explained.”
When you have a big park like Prospect Park, there’s so many different places to see animals, there are so many animals that come here and we try to keep them all healthy and happy.
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