Welcome to the Saint Louis Zoo.
The newest exhibit at the zoological park is Grizzly Ridge.
The exhibit is home to two grizzly bears.
They were doing some training with a couple of their keepers.
The two bears, Huck and Finley, are still adolescents so they'll be much bigger when they are full grown.
Penguin Coast is home to several varieties of penguins.
Really like how open the exhibit is and how close you can get to the penguins.
The Conservation Carousel.
A very large silver back out in the Ape exhibit.
Orangutan in the Fragile Forrest exhibit.
Sea Lion Sound is one of the more popular exhibits in the park.
the underwater viewing tube provides some fun visuals
They really like interacting with the park guests.
Up in Big Cat Country, the leopard was out.
The popular tiger decided it was nap time.
The lion was talking quite a bit with the park guests.
Moving on to the Red Rocks, the zebras were all outside today. The park has quite a few in two different enclosures.
The camels were very active today.
The giraffes were busy eating every time I went by their enclosure
Red Kangaroo. I wish the zoo would create a better viewing exhibit for them.
Galapagos and Aldabra Tortoises.
There were some very big tortoises in there.
Utila Island Iguana
Moving into the Rivers Edge area, this is an Andean Bear
Moyo is the park's baby Rhino, seen here with his mother.
Hyena. (There is one on top and one in the den)
Time to check out some creepy crawlies in the Insectarium.
Red Knee Tarantula
Leaf Cutter Ants
This is in the Butterfly House
Almost looks like a monochromatic monarch
Finally we see our buddy Kali at Polar Bear Point.
If you are in St. Louis, you have to take the time to check out the Zoo and discover why it is consistently ranked one of the best in the nation every year.