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Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Spring has sprung at the Toronto Zoo on Easter weekend

Our Rhino calf is five weeks old!

Photo Credit: Toronto Zoo

CLICK HERE for the latest video of the male Indian rhino calf.

This "little" guy is now over 200lbs and has become quite brave, often venturing further from mom Asha and interacting more with our Keepers. Although still nursing, he is starting to mouth some food including bamboo, apple, browse and carrots that Keepers provide Asha, but he doesn't consume it quite yet.
He loves his afternoon showers, and is often observed playfully rolling around in the water and encouraging mom to come play with him. See below to watch him as he enjoys one of his daily baths.
CLICK HERE to support our work in rhino conservation.
Good Friday, March 25 through Easter Monday, March 28, 2016

Join us this Easter Weekend and visit* with some our newest, and most adorable, Zoo family members including our four playful male white lion cubs, female polar bear cub, Canada's first giant panda cubs and male Indian rhino calf*. While here, take in one of our free Keeper Talks or visit one of our Volunteer Interpretive Stations and discover more about our important conservation programs and how you can become a species protector!

*NOTE: Cub and calf viewing times will be listed, daily, on torontozoo.com. Subject to change without notice.
Friday, March 25, 2016
Photo Credit: Toronto Zoo 
Three years ago this coming Friday, March 25, 2016, giant pandas Da Mao and Er Shun arrived in Canada!


Photo Credit: Yukihiro Tsuge
Ena (pronounced ehn-nah), will be turning five years old in May. She arrived here from Tama Zoo in Japan to hopefully breed with our male Kota, and they have had one introduction since arriving here in Toronto.
Ena is described a very sweet cat by her Keepers and has been doing very well here. She also has a very big following of fans from Japan. She will be viewable to the public in rotation with our other snow leopards, Tiga and Kota. She is out daily, usually until around 3:30pm. Note that her viewing schedule is subject to change.


9:30am - 4:30pm weekdays
9:30am - 6:00pm weekends/holidays
 Last admission one hour before closing.
The Toronto Zoo is open year round (except Dec. 25th).
General Admission (13-64): $23
Seniors (65+): $18
Children (3-12): $14
Children (2 and under): FREE
Members: FREE
Prices include tax as applicable
Parking is $12 year round

Events and admission prices subject to change without notice.

For general information visit
Toronto Zoo is accredited by CAZA (Canada's Accredited Zoos and Aquariums). Look for this logo whenever you visit a Canadian zoo as your assurance that you are supporting a facility dedicated to providing excellent care for animals, a great experience for you, and a better future for all living things. For more information, visit caza.ca.

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