Tama Zoo, Tokyo, Japan
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Tama Zoological Park, one hour from central Tokyo by train, is a unique zoological park, where animals are displayed under naturalistic and spectacular habitats set up in its vast land of 52 ha (129 acres). The zoo has three ecological areas, i.e.
Tama zoo is located in Hino City, suburbs of Tokyo. A. From Keio Line's Shinjuku Station, take the express train, change trains at Takahata-Fudo station, and get off at Tama Dobutsu Koen Station (about an hour's ride).
The Tama Zoo (多摩動物公園, Tama Dōbutsukōen?) is a zoo, owned by the government of Tokyo, and located in Hino, Tokyo, Japan. Tama Zoo was opened on May 5th, 1958, originally as part of Ueno Zoo.
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The Tama Zoological Park is world renowned for thinking outside of the box when it comes to displaying animals.
Tama Zoo is divided into three gardens and the Insectarium. The Asiatic Garden, African Garden and Australian Garden take up most of the room, but, the Insectarium's butterfly house is, without a doubt, the best in Japan.
Tama Zoo is a small train museum, including a very large model train set. No charge.
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Tama Zoo in Tokyo, and their father is Akbar, from the Nuremberg Zoo in Germany. Here is the link to the news (in Japanese).
Tama zoo already has two studs, it’s hard to see any of them staying put. I’ll be terribly sad to see young HAN leave, as his facial characteristics and nobility are unique.
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Tama Zoo has participated the conservation program, 2008 â Year of the Frog.
Tama Zoo is located in Tama Area where a lot of habitats still remain for wild creatures suburb of Tokyo. To participate the program of 2008 Year of the Frog, the zoo started protection of the Montane Brown Frog, which is endemic to Japan.
The program has just started at Tama Zoo, so these frogs are not on display yet. Jack the Lizard Frogs are hibernating in this pail.
Day Trips - Tama Zoo (by Carin Smolinski) - - After living in Tokyo for nearly 10 years, my family just took our first trip to the wonderful Tama Zoological Park.
* Thanks to Ryan's review (I never knew about Tama Zoo until I found it on Sunnypages!), I brought my nearly-three-year-old son out to Tama Zoo on a sunny Tuesday afternoon in late May. We had a fantastic time.
Still to this day, when I mention the Tama Zoo, he says "the big lion was really scary!" with a big smile on his face. That right there was worth all the effort.
Tama zoo is very English friendly and is much better than the Ueno zoo because of the large enclosures and better access to the animals.
trip to Tama Zoo, in order for them to see either the animal they researched or a similar animal, in real life.
Tama Zoo aims to display its animals in natural looking settings and large enclosures. It's a large park, divided into three areas: the Asiatic Garden, African Garden and Australian Garden, with an insectarium and butterfly conservatory as well.
The snow leopard keeper at Tama Zoo is AIKO FUKUDA. She has been at Tama Zoo since graduation, and in that time has overseen the successful births of 12 healthy, bouncing snow leopard cubs, most of which are doing very well in their respective zoos.
For those in Tokyo, Tama Zoo is well worth a visit. There's a huge insectarium with butterflies everywhere. Shelley felt like she was in a princess fairly tale land. Orangutans aren't caged up, but are allowed to swing free through a tall network of cables over the zoo.
Here’s a clip of Gypsy, an Orangutan at the Tama Zoo that has learned to clean her enclosure after observing human zookeepers: Gypsy likes to wipe windows, scrub floors, and manage the amount of grass in the enclosure.
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