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Gorilla Chucks ‘Vast Amount Of Diarrhoea’ And Goes Beserk At London Zoo Silent Cinema Night



TO London Zoo’s Gorilla Kingdom on May 6, where actors and visitors for the zoo’s silent cinema night have attracted the attention of Kumbuka (pictured above planning another night of debauchery).

ZSL London Zoo’s ‘Silent Cinema’ experience runs for five nights only, kicking off with ‘90s classic Jumanji on Tuesday 6 May and rounding up with childhood-favourite, The Jungle Book, on Saturday 10 May.

Giving a whole new meaning to the term ‘silent picture’, all guests will be wearing headphones to watch the film, making sure the animals still get their beauty sleep.

Mixing the silverbacks with the silver screen, movie-goers will be completely immersed in the sights, sounds and scents of the animal kingdom, exploring one of the Zoo’s incredible exhibits before each screening…


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Posted: 12th, May 2014 | In: Reviews, The Consumer | Comment

London Zoo’s new tiger cub has drowned but it wasn’t the first to die there (photos)

London zoo tiger
THE baby tiger born at  London Zoo has died. The Sumatran tiger drowned in a pool in the zoo’s new enclosure, which opened in March this year. Tiger Territory is a specialist breeding centre for tigers.

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Posted: 16th, October 2013 | In: Reviews, The Consumer | Comment

Face of the day: the London Zoo Annual Stocktake Barn Owl

FACE of the day: London Zoo Annual Stocktake – A Barn Owl pictured during London Zoo’s annual stock take, a requirement of their zoo license, which takes pace every January.

Posted: 5th, January 2013 | In: Reviews | Comment

London’s Penguin Beach In Photos: Birds In The City

HAVE you seen the birds on London Zoo’s Penguin Beach? London Zoo staff, Evelyn Guyett (left) and Rowena Fisher, sat with Ricky a rock hopper penguin to promote the new attraction. Can birds sat on a beach in the middle of London fail to attract twitchers?

Posted: 26th, May 2011 | In: The Consumer | Comment