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Meet London Zoo!

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Elena Zaharowa

on 2 February 2015

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Transcript of Meet London Zoo!

Fill in the gaps and you will find out interesting facts about gorillas
Gorillas are large and
_______
creatures. A Gorilla is busy in three different
_______
all throughout the day:
________
, traveling and resting. They commonly feed on pith and leaves, while
_______
make 25% of their diet. Eastern lowland gorillas will also eat
_______
, preferably ants. A gorilla's lifespan is between 35 and 40
____
. Gorillas are considered highly
______
. Gorillas can
______
, grieve, have "rich emotional lives", develop strong family bonds, make and
____
tools, and think about the past and
______
.
Match the animals and the pictures:
Tiger Territory
WHO LIVES IN LONDON ZOO?
Into Africa
offers the opportunity to come eye to eye with some of Africa’s most unusual animals. Giraffes, zebras, okapis, warthogs and African running dogs all feature in this exciting exhibit.
LONDON ZOO
is the world's oldest scientific zoo. It was opened in London on 27 April 1828.
Gorilla Kingdom
is the place, which brings African rainforest in the London. There are several species of gorillas.
WHAT AREAS AND ATTRACTIONS CAN YOU SEE THERE?
is London Zoo's Sumatran tiger enclosure
Group Number of species Number of individuals
Mammals
70 580
Birds
119 613
Reptiles
81 296
Amphibians
25 587
Fishes
281 6091
Invertebrates
230 11021
Total

806 19178
insects, activities, use, fruits, powerful, feeding, future, years, intelligent, laugh
Tiger
Territory
Gorilla
Kingdom
Into
Africa
Penguin
Beach
Aquarium
Reptile
House
a zebra, an okapi, a warthog, an African running dog, a giraffe
London Zoo is home to a family of Asian lions and pair of Sumatran tigers and visitors can get very close to the Zoo's beautiful but endangered wild cats.
Butterfly Paradise
As you walk through this area you are surrounded by beautiful free flying butterflies and moths from Africa, South-east Asia and Central and South America, seeking out plants on which to feed and rest.
is England's biggest penguin pool
It has underwater windows to allow visitors watch the birds swimming.
Keeper for a day
gives you a once in a lifetime opportunity to get up close and personal with some of the most popular animals. You can get a unique insight into day-to-day life of keepers.
Animal Adoption
costs 35$. You can adopt your favourite animal. You also get a free zoo entry ticket so you can come and visit your new friend.
What do I know about London Zoo?
on, species, reptiles, world's
1. London Zoo is the _______ oldest scientific zoo.
2.It was opened ___ 27 April 1828.
3. Different _______ of animals live there.
4. They are mammals, birds, _____, invertebrates, fishes and amphibians.
What do I know about London Zoo
Translate into Russian:
adoption - ?????
to adopt
- to take someone else's child into your family and make him or her your own child
Enjoy them!
In fact there are 750 different species of animals making it one of the largest ________ of animals in the UK.
The zoo is ______ up into many different areas which are great fun to ______ and help make it one of London's most popular tourist ________.



explore, divided, attractions, collections
Fulfiled by Elena Zaharowa
Kostroma
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