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You Can Now Take A Virtual Tour Of London Zoo

You Can Now Take A Virtual Tour Of London Zoo

We'll let you in on a secret: if there's anything you should be subscribing to during lockdown, it's your local zoo's social channels.

While we're all stuck in doors, zoo keepers are continuing their work to look after the menagerie of amazing creatures and lucky for us, many zoos are keeping their supporters up to date with all the happenings. And it sparks SO much joy.

ZSL (Zoological Society of London) zoo in the capital is one zoo keeping fans informed with daily videos of their animals via virtual tours.

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Heading over to its YouTube channel, you'll find incredible videos such as baby elephant Elizabeth happily playing in the water, baby rhino Zhiwa exploring her new large paddock for the first time, and another infant rhino happily playing with a ball.

It's honestly the only kind of content we're after RN.

Zoo keepers are still hard at work, so they're taking you along with them (Credit: ZSL)
Zoo keepers are still hard at work, so they're taking you along with them (Credit: ZSL)

In other videos, the zoo staff are filming 'Keeper Diaries' to guide us through their day's work with the animals.

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You can watch zoo keeper Elise show you the adorable African black-footed penguins and rockhoppers, keeper Jess training meerkats and kune kune pigs, or primate keeper David do recall training with a family of Hanuman langur monkeys.

If bugs are more your thing, you can follow insect pro Dave as he walks viewers through his day at work with rare butterflies. Cool, eh?

ZSL also offer cheerful updates on their many creatures who are also in quarantine, such as the goats who they say are missing visitors.

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"They've lined up by the gate to their home every morning since the Zoo closed, waiting patiently for visitors to return," ZSL say of the goats.

"But don't worry, our keepers have been taking it in turns to give them some extra attention and massages throughout the day!"

Honestly, if it ever gets too much, just spend 10 minutes on ZSL's YouTube. You won't regret it.

Featured Image Credit: ZSL

Topics: Life News, Real, Animals

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Ciara Sheppard

Ciara is a freelance writer working for Tyla. After graduating with an English Lit and Media degree from the University of Sussex, Ciara held jobs at GLAMOUR and Yahoo Style before packing up for a solo travelling trip around South America.