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Singapore Zoo
Singapore Zoo
The animal shows at Singapore Zoo are designed to maintain our animals’ natural instincts and behaviours through activities. Such activities help to deepen our understanding towards them and even participate in the wonders of their ways. Get ready for an awesome time with our star animals at three animal presentations — Rainforest Fights Back, Splash Safari and Elephants at Work and Play. Each presentation happens at least twice daily. Be sure to catch at least one, if not all, and be awed by the bond between the animals and their trainers.
Grey kangaroos
HOP INTO THE SINGAPORE ZOO'S AUSTRALIAN OUTBACK
Grey kangaroos and agile wallabies skip about freely as you enter the walk-through area of the exhibit that reflects the rugged beauty of Down Under. Guests can even experience up close encounters with the roos during the twice-daily feeding sessions, where you will have these dandy marsupials literally munching out of your hand!
CAT COUNTRY
CAT COUNTRY
A face-to-face encounter with a big cat such as the jaguar or leopard is certain to leave a lasting impression in the mind of a guest. This is exactly the experience our guests get to enjoy at the glass-fronted enclosures for the lions, jaguars and leopards. The animals are so close that one can count their whiskers!
CRITTERS LONGHOUSE
CRITTERS LONGHOUSE
As its name suggests, a smorgasbord of curious critters are housed in cozy habitats in this complex. Enjoy a respite from the tropical heat as you observe small mammals the world over. The Goeldi’s monkeys are especially enthralling. Look closely and you might see their resemblance to gorillas, albeit miniature ones. We’re proud to share that we’ve bred three of these endangered primates. We’ve also had success breeding our spotted mousedeer, and are in fact the only zoo outside the species’ natural range to house them. Native to Sri Lanka and India, these shy and elusive creatures are a tad difficult to spot though! Try looking inside the little hollowed out logs that dot their home.
ELEPHANTS OF ASIA
ELEPHANTS OF ASIA
Embark on yet another journey, this time to bombard your senses with a kaleidoscope of rich colours from exotic Asia. Since their domestication 4,000 years ago, Asian elephants have influenced the Asian way of life more significantly than any other animal. Revered as gods in Hinduism, regarded as sacred in Buddhism and tamed as servants for the logging industry, elephants continue to play an important role in the lives of thousands of Asians. Elephants of Asia is a one-hectare exhibit that showcases the largest living land mammal, and the colourful history and cultural elements that are associated with these gentle giants. It boasts a mud wallow, bathing pool, viewing loft and rustic thatched huts with Myanmar-influenced architecture. Elevated boardwalks take you through the length of the eco-habitat.
FRAGILE FOREST
FRAGILE FOREST
Fragile Forest is dedicated to highlighting the fragility of ecosystems, in particular the rainforest and the mangrove habitat. The rainforest environment is recreated in the form of a 20,000 cubic metre flight area, one of the largest in the world. The flight area teems with a variety of rainforest species — butterflies, lemurs, mousedeer, sloths, fruit bats, lories, crowned pigeons and iguanas. Hundreds of mighty trees, delicate ferns, palms, shrubs and undergrowth flourish. The chorus of insects, achieved through soundscaping, effectively recreates the forest ambience. Cascades, logs and a misting system lend the final touch to landscaping.
HAMADRYAS BABOONS
HAMADRYAS BABOONS – GREAT RIFT VALLEY OF ETHIOPIA
Inspired by the dry savannah bio-climatic zone of Ethiopia, this impressive eco-exhibit occupies an area of 8,000 square metres. Dramatic rocky escarpments, created using glass-fibre reinforced concrete, simulate the natural habitat of a troop of close to 90 Hamadryas baboons and a herd of Nubian ibexes. Weaving through the hilly outcrops, a group of banded mongooses come into view. The black-backed jackal and rock hyraxes can be admired through glass-viewing panels within stonewalled and thatched-roofed huts. The cultural elements of Ethiopia are powerfully conveyed through the replicas of the Konso and Amharic villages. Dwelling huts with earth floors and mud walls display authentic utensils, tools and storage containers to portray how the African tribes live under harsh conditions. Carved effigies of departed heroes stand guard at the entrances of the Konso village. A coffee ceremony hut completes the Ethiopian landscape.
ORANG UTAN
ORANG UTAN
The orang utan is the flagship species of the Singapore Zoo. A total of 24 of these charismatic apes call the zoo home and are displayed as a large social group in a spacious naturalistic enclosure. Though not the only zoo in the world to display a social group of orang utans, we are the only ones who have done so on such a large scale. The provision of a large enclosure and lots of climbing platforms allow the orang utans to get away from their group members and enjoy moments of peace when needed. The platforms not only allow the apes to develop their natural climbing skills but also serve as escape routes for them should fighting break out. These highly intelligent animals have to be kept occupied or boredom will consume them, which occurs ever so often in captivity. We keep the orang utans busy through the use of a technique known as behavioural enrichment.
POLAR BEAR
POLAR BEAR
Home for our beloved polar bears, Sheba and Inuka
PRIMATE KINGDOM
PRIMATE KINGDOM
Enjoy a mélange of monkeys at Primate Kingdom. In this collection of small moated islands, perched on a gentle slope, catch various species such as the black and white colobus monkey, lion-tailed macaque, patas monkey, brown capuchin, Celebes macaque, Douc langur and black spider monkey. A group of Javan langurs also call the treetops around this area home, so be sure to look up and around when you walk — you might just spot some delicate brown faces peeking at you from the treetops above. And don’t be surprised if you come face-to-face with some cotton-top tamarins! The landscaping in Primate Kingdom epitomises our efforts in creating natural habitats for the animals. Tall trees, long wild grasses, gingers, palms and bamboo are used to recreate a lush rainforest. The sides of the moat are sprayed with coloured concrete implanted with tree roots to resemble an eroded riverbank.
PROBOSCIS MONKEYS
PROBOSCIS MONKEYS
Proboscis monkeys are found mostly in freshwater swamp forests of Borneo. Males have a distinctive feature – a pendulous nose that is believed to help resonate their calls and also as an attraction to females. The dominant male always has the largest nose. Often, the nose is so big that the male will need to push it aside while feeding. Their diet consists of leaves, supplemented with non-sweet fruit and seeds such as nutmeg and those of the legume and palm families. With an enlarged stomach containing a vast array of gut bacteria, proboscis monkeys are able to digest and break down cellulose present in plant matter. Additionally, the bacteria also help to deactivate toxins in some of the leaves. In many areas throughout their range, suitable wild habitats have been subjected to land development for human habitation, clearing for monoculture plantations, in particular, oil palm, and logging. Habitat destruction and hunting will continue to threaten these already endangered monkeys.
RAINFOREST KIDZWORLD
RAINFOREST KIDZWORLD
Children can look forward to splashes of exhilarating activities at Singapore Zoo’s Rainforest Kidzworld. This new and special attraction within the park offers an educational, fun and engaging time with family-focused activities. Waves of fun await children at the water play area, themed like a wet animal wonderland! Watch out for the massive bucket as it tips over or dash under the droplets of water gushing out from the many water spouts.
REPTILE GARDEN
REPTILE GARDEN
Discover a myriad of species at the Reptile Garden, including the Komodo dragon, Aldabra giant tortoise, rhino iguana and false gharials. At the Komodo dragon area, exciting and educational elements await discovery. The habitat features a sheltered viewing gallery, a closed-circuit TV monitor that shows the animal’s natural behaviour underground and interpretive signboards that present educational information and conservation facts about the reptiles.
WILD AFRICA
WILD AFRICA
Meander into the Zoo’s depiction of the Dark Continent and discover a mosaic of fascinating animals:
White Rhino
Cheetah
African Wild Dog
Zebra
Giraffe
African Lion
WHITE TIGER
WHITE TIGER
Occupying an area of 1170 square metres, this exhibit features educational materials displayed at two varying levels for adults and children. Through a range of informative multimedia elements, visitors can learn more about the resident white tigers, how their teeth and jaws work to make the killing bite for example, and how one can contribute towards tiger conservation. Conservation exhibits such as a video about tiger bones serve to educate visitors on the plight of tigers, which are often killed for traditional medicine.

Visitors also have the opportunity to see a tiger’s pug mark and hear a tiger roar, moan and call. A sculpture of a white tiger by William Teo on display further enhances the aesthetics of the area .
Singapore Zoological Garden


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