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Riverbanks Zoo and Garden is home to nearly 2,000 animals that represent more than 350 species from around the world. A visit to the Zoo will play host to an array of wild adventures from a diving expedition on a Pacific coral reef to a safari...more
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My Fiancee and I visited this Zoo because she has never been to one. She was incredibly impressed with how well the animals were taken care of, the cleanliness, and the helpful staff. Prices were decent for a Zoo...$40 for us both and that included...More
We took our 3 & 5 year old granddaughters to this zoo for a few hours before a late family wedding and they had a great time.
Get a map to find out the times of the special feeding shows - sea lions, penguins. These...More
My wife and I have memberships to the zoo. Have had them for over five years. We usually enjoy our visits. However today was different. Every kiosk was closed giving you limited selection of snacks while at the zoo. Some of the animal exhibits were...More
My family and I went here to see the new zoo babies(gorillas and lion cubs). The gorilla exhibit was very informative leading up to and during the feeding session. I also had the bbq pork nachos which were delicious. My family truly enjoyed themselves and...More
Here for an afternoon while being Hurricane Florence refugees. It's a great place. Very well done. Well laid out. Lots of hands-on experiences. Incredibly fun for kids and all. Also an accompanying garden, which is equally exceptional. Short walk or tram ride to the garden....More
We were debating on this or the Greenville zoo while traveling back home from vacation. We are glad chose the Columbia zoo. It was extremely clean, well kept and beautiful scenery. Our kids (6 & 9yrs old) had a blast looking at all the animals...More
I bought a family pass that’s good for 13 months with extra passes & tickets for special events. I think I paid $125 or $150 for this. I believe just to walk up to the ticket booth, it’s $20 for adults &. $16 for kids.
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Koalas are mostly nocturnal animals and they are most active during the night and at dawn and dusk. This is because in the cooler hours they are less likely to lose precious moisture and energy... More
I looked this up on google:
Koalas are mostly nocturnal animals and they are most active during the night and at dawn and dusk. This is because in the cooler hours they are less likely to lose precious moisture and energy than they would during the hotter daylight hours.
They are usually pretty visible, even if they are sleeping in their trees, so you will still get a nice look at them.