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The Taronga zoo is a non profit organization, so your ticket payment will directly fund wildlife conservation here in Sydney and around the world."},{"type":"text","content":"Click the link before to choose which ticket is best for you at the Taronga Zoo Sydney! (Students, seniors, children, and families receive discounts, so don’t miss out!)"},{"type":"link","content":"https://ticketsales.taronga.org.au/Tickets/sydney?_ga=2.18008570.274310854.1657670950-1005447618.1657514895&_gac=1.223407849.1657670954.CjwKCAjwt7SWBhAnEiwAx8ZLajQ2t5b75oNTrOV6rDLTJgv0hveS8wtyoadJfBhclt8XRp0Ahv317xoCzGYQAvD_BwE"},{"version":2,"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2F1_taronga_zoo_entrance.jpeg?alt=media&token=fb99d7fc-8b1f-4751-8c08-785d86bfb5cc","metadata":{"height":525,"width":700},"type":"img"},{"type":"text","content":"As you walk in, remember that this walking tour offers the highlights of the park and guides you in a direct way through exhibits, but if you see something else along the way feel free to explore!"}],"address":"Taronga Zoo Sky Safari","location":{"longitude":151.24331139477042,"latitudeDelta":0.09219986310369421,"longitudeDelta":0.10218818160659443,"latitude":-33.842435466051306}},{"media":[{"content":"# Red Kangaroos","type":"text"},{"type":"audio","content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2F2.mp3?alt=media&token=2652da4e-a5c8-4bb6-bb97-31f5fb3a9602"},{"type":"text","content":"The first stop on this tour is to visit the Red Kangaroos! Kangaroos are the biggest marsupials in the world, meaning that their offspring are born underdeveloped at the size of a jelly bean and are carried in a pouch on their mother’s belly. This particular species happens to be the biggest of all kangaroos, with an ability to jump as high as 1.8 meters! They can jump as far as 9 meters in one go as well."},{"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2Fdownload.jpeg?alt=media&token=027a959a-9641-494f-96ad-a80edb6e01d6","version":2,"type":"img","metadata":{"width":263,"height":191}},{"content":"Fun fact: Kangaroos actually use their tail as a fifth limb! They use their tails to keep them balanced! Look closely at the kangaroos and see if you notice them stabilize themselves on their tails!","type":"text"},{"version":2,"metadata":{"height":667,"width":1000},"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2FRed_kangaroo_-_melbourne_zoo.jpeg?alt=media&token=6dc6e2b9-1a1f-4cee-87b8-0e4ba9b2a2b1","type":"img"},{"content":"Interestingly, a skill that female kangaroos have is something called embryonic diapause! This means that they can delay giving birth to their joey if they feel that the conditions are not good enough to raise a baby. \n\nFun fact: kangaroos can’t walk backwards!\n\nClick the link below to see what red kangaroos sound like!","type":"text"},{"type":"link","content":"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nk0CVdhn-ps&ab_channel=TheAnimalSounds"}],"location":{"longitude":151.24348310433422,"longitudeDelta":0.10218818160659443,"latitude":-33.84436497304545,"latitudeDelta":0.09219986310369421},"address":"1 Bradleys Head Rd"},{"media":[{"content":"# Kids Trail","type":"text"},{"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2F3.mp3?alt=media&token=ee6b90a6-2b61-4f9b-a45b-083def26363a","type":"audio"},{"type":"img","content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2FIMG_3337.jpg?alt=media&token=f13abe8c-9ec1-4c11-9ae3-29cb5c69eb57","version":2,"metadata":{"height":1458,"width":1000}},{"content":"Next, take some time to enjoy the “Kids Trail.” This trail includes tons of different animals, including farm animals such as goats and alpacas and you may even catch some chickens running around your feet! If you’re lucky, you may see a quokka giving you its signature smile that has earned them the nickname of being the “world’s happiest animals!” ","type":"text"},{"metadata":{"height":1333,"width":1000},"version":2,"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2FIMG_9600.jpg?alt=media&token=02399a55-0171-4327-ad63-5ce982d93a71","type":"img"},{"type":"text","content":"Just past the Farm Yard, you will see emus and some more kangaroos, along with other, smaller, adorable animals! Take your time to explore the area! If you still feel like your children have a lot of energy, blow off some steam at the Farm Playground!\n\nFeel free to pet them and ask the staff if you have any questions!"},{"version":2,"type":"img","content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2FIMG_3341.jpg?alt=media&token=791a8b32-ee1a-4311-9784-c1e9391d1737","metadata":{"height":1333,"width":1000}},{"metadata":{"height":952,"width":1000},"type":"img","content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2FIMG_3333.jpg?alt=media&token=99bab6c1-9ff1-4e6b-8254-c48b1a49b5d3","version":2},{"type":"text","content":"Fun fact: Goats can actually be taught their name and even respond when they are called! \n\nClick the link below to see what goats sound like!"},{"type":"link","content":"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3NU33PXtf-4&ab_channel=ESLandPopularCulture"}],"address":"1 Bradleys Head Rd","location":{"longitude":151.24404455818689,"latitudeDelta":0.09219986310369421,"latitude":-33.84501054645569,"longitudeDelta":0.10218818160659443}},{"address":"1 Bradleys Head Rd","media":[{"type":"text","content":"# Camels"},{"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2F4.mp3?alt=media&token=9bf7d8aa-1f92-4ce6-ae18-441e579ff3c8","type":"audio"},{"version":2,"type":"img","content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2FBactrian-camel.webp?alt=media&token=d123a4ef-7d7b-4212-bf24-d73ea074be62","metadata":{"height":757,"width":754}},{"type":"text","content":"Our third stop is to visit the camels! Did you know that camels can either have one hump – called dromedary – or have two humps – called bactrian? These animals are really spectacular! They can store up to 80 pounds of fat in their humps and can go weeks without eating! Since they are able to survive so long without water, when they do drink, they consume up to 40 gallons at once! "},{"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2F1200px-07._Camel_Profile%2C_near_Silverton%2C_NSW%2C_07.07.2007.jpg?alt=media&token=f427dc65-c007-42c3-966b-50bb02d56dd1","version":2,"metadata":{"width":1000,"height":1231},"type":"img"},{"content":"To combat the sand storms they encounter, they are able to completely shut their nostrils! ","type":"text"},{"content":"Fun fact: Camels have 3 sets of eyelids and 2 sets of eyelashes to prevent sand from getting into their eyes!\n\nClick the link below to see what camels sound like!","type":"text"},{"content":"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tqbYFNKKFZw&ab_channel=RobertHintz","type":"link"}],"location":{"latitude":-33.84436753101866,"latitudeDelta":0.09219986310369421,"longitudeDelta":0.10218818160659443,"longitude":151.2428688784698}},{"location":{"longitude":151.24170827329678,"latitude":-33.84398042109858,"longitudeDelta":0.10218818160659443,"latitudeDelta":0.09219986310369421},"address":"1 Bradleys Head Rd","media":[{"content":"# Gorillas ","type":"text"},{"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2F5.mp3?alt=media&token=c6b590c5-084a-40fb-9894-3ce55c83aef3","type":"audio"},{"content":"Gorillas and humans have so much in common… including 98 percent of our genes! Gorillas, like humans, are really social animals, and tend to stick in groups ranging from 5 to 10. \n\nThe group will be led by a dominant male, known as a “Silverback,” due to their silver hair that develops around the time of sexual maturity when they are 11. Younger male gorillas, known as “Blackbacks,” are kicked out of the group when they begin to mature, and either join a bachelors group, or seek out low ranking females (female gorillas who are not mothers yet.)","type":"text"},{"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2FGorille_des_plaines_de_l'ouest_a%CC%80_l'Espace_Zoologique.jpeg?alt=media&token=f60320fc-a827-4f56-ac19-94923555d03c","metadata":{"width":1000,"height":1505},"type":"img","version":2},{"content":"From a young age, gorillas practice beating their chest in order to find members of their group or to warn other animals of their presence. ","type":"text"},{"type":"img","version":2,"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2Fmountain-gorilla_3x4.webp?alt=media&token=b18cf61d-9e4e-405f-99b1-e062047517fd","metadata":{"height":3072,"width":2304}},{"content":"Gorillas, also like people, love their sleep. They sleep around 13 hours at night and take a nap during the day as well. They will make two nests a day out of the shrub, branches, and leaves around them, and will never sleep in the same nest twice. \n\nFun fact: Some gorillas have been able to learn sign language and communicate with people! \n\nWatch the video below to see this!\n","type":"text"},{"type":"link","content":"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FqJf1mB5PjQ&ab_channel=NationalGeographic"}]},{"address":"564R+5P","media":[{"content":"# Penguins and Seals","type":"text"},{"type":"audio","content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2F6.mp3?alt=media&token=50303030-c030-4e7e-b68f-65325abff654"},{"metadata":{"height":1920,"width":1080},"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2FIMG_3295.mov?alt=media&token=ca13444d-c13f-4679-ab17-65c5cc1797e9","type":"video"},{"content":"Here, you will see both penguins and seals! There is a Penguin Keeper Talk at 2:40 pm daily! You can learn all about how penguins survive and their natural habitats all while watching penguins play! There are also seal shows almost every day as well! \nDid you know the oldest penguin fossils are 62 million years old? That means they were on earth just a couple of million years after dinosaurs! The black and white coating of penguins is actually for survival purposes! The colors, known as countershading, helps them camouflage if there are predators nearby!\n","type":"text"},{"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2FIMG_3293.jpg?alt=media&token=2faa85c3-e4b9-4132-885a-0759aeb9c89a","metadata":{"height":1333,"width":1000},"type":"img","version":2},{"type":"text","content":"Fun fact: Penguins poop every 20 minutes!"},{"metadata":{"height":1920,"width":1080},"type":"video","content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2FIMG_3301.mov?alt=media&token=a5c2751b-1905-44b2-a0bb-f0f13de8e5ff"},{"content":"Seals are actually polygamous, meaning the husbands will have multiple wives, while a female seal will only have one husband!\n\nFun fact: Seals can dive up to 15 minutes.\n\nClick the links below to see what these animals sound like!\n","type":"text"},{"type":"link","content":"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PHjolA8GQLQ&ab_channel=ESLandPopularCulture"},{"content":"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1haAWHO8aCo&ab_channel=ESLandPopularCulture","type":"link"}],"location":{"longitudeDelta":0.10218818160659443,"longitude":151.24171545499604,"latitudeDelta":0.09219986310369421,"latitude":-33.844803785223164}},{"address":"564R+5P","location":{"latitude":-33.84410979943722,"longitude":151.24065158309512,"longitudeDelta":0.10218818160659443,"latitudeDelta":0.09219986310369421},"media":[{"type":"text","content":"# Taronga Food Market and Gift Shop"},{"type":"audio","content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2F7.mp3?alt=media&token=9f7fa12f-627e-4575-8080-bd65f796020f"},{"content":"Getting hungry? This food court area is perfectly placed in the middle of your adventures at the zoo. Grab some food here, refuel, and recharge! \n\nSalads, sandwiches, vegan curry, fish, coffee, and more are available in the Taronga Food Market.\n","type":"text"},{"type":"img","content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2FScreen%20Shot%202022-07-14%20at%202.29.00%20PM.png?alt=media&token=47b4c77b-d291-43fc-ae69-0a4578948f30","version":2,"metadata":{"width":894,"height":502}},{"type":"text","content":"This is also a great place to get a treat for your kids, such as an ice cream! Here, you will also find a gift shop where proceeds go to protecting the animals and funding research!"}]},{"location":{"latitude":-33.84463566346473,"longitude":151.24047895265664,"longitudeDelta":0.10218818160659443,"latitudeDelta":0.09219986310369421},"address":"564R+5P","media":[{"content":"# Elephants","type":"text"},{"type":"audio","content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2F8.mp3?alt=media&token=ba691a48-2003-4fa6-8b35-a917fa761060"},{"type":"img","content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2FIMG_3222.jpg?alt=media&token=3a18aa1e-7a1c-482d-a956-57cc35f91a84","version":2,"metadata":{"height":1459,"width":1000}},{"content":"Asian Elephants are known for their beauty. Due to their popularity, they were often used to move heavy objects and people, and would sometimes be utilized during wars. \n\nElephant dung is excellent for the environment. This is because elephants are unable to fully digest seeds, so when they poop 100 kg a day (per elephant!)These seeds get redeposited into the ground and grow into grass, trees, and bushes!\n","type":"text"},{"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2FIMG_3220.mov?alt=media&token=7738f278-f0b4-4d22-bec5-8038ff812399","type":"video","metadata":{"height":1920,"width":1080}},{"content":"Unlike many other animals, elephants are matriarchal, meaning that they follow the eldest female, as she is assumed to be the wisest. Elephants communicate with one another through rumbling and trumpeting to one another through their trunks. These sounds and rumbles are actually picked up through an elephant’s feet!\n\nFun fact: elephants drink up to 200 liters of water a day!\n\nClick the link below to see what Asian Elephants sound like!\n","type":"text"},{"content":"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sqyLZulxYpQ&ab_channel=AudioSounds","type":"link"}]},{"media":[{"content":"# Sky Safari","type":"text"},{"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2F9.mp3?alt=media&token=3b94be7e-9766-459f-b6d4-6340445396f5","type":"audio"},{"type":"img","version":2,"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2Fr0_243_3217_2059_w1200_h678_fmax.jpeg?alt=media&token=dae41206-79f5-4a31-8421-f9fca32ad92b","metadata":{"height":564,"width":1000}},{"content":"Here is the entrance to the sky safari! Take a lovely and relaxing trip over the zoo to the other end! Enjoy the views of the city and animals below!","type":"text"}],"location":{"latitude":-33.8456127722123,"latitudeDelta":0.09219986310369421,"longitude":151.23935130250123,"longitudeDelta":0.10218818160659443},"address":"1 Bradleys Head Rd"},{"media":[{"content":"# Exit the Sky Safari","type":"text"},{"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2F10.mp3?alt=media&token=0ffa1d29-752e-47d8-8a79-18b770aec0b1","type":"audio"},{"type":"img","metadata":{"width":555,"height":371},"version":2,"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2Ftaronga-zoo-sky-safari.jpeg?alt=media&token=ab090812-aab2-4fde-acd9-c870a89dd088"},{"type":"text","content":"I hope you enjoyed the view from the Sky Safari. Let's continue the tour and see a couple more spectacular animals!"}],"location":{"latitudeDelta":0.09219986310369421,"longitude":151.24217016996172,"latitude":-33.84238668170954,"longitudeDelta":0.10218818160659443},"address":"Taronga Zoo Sky Safari"},{"location":{"longitudeDelta":0.10218818160659443,"longitude":151.24131643042006,"latitudeDelta":0.09219986310369421,"latitude":-33.84273244407733},"media":[{"content":"# Koalas","type":"text"},{"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2F11.mp3?alt=media&token=685f5c68-fe5d-4e1a-9a22-42dd8487495d","type":"audio"},{"type":"img","content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2FKoala.webp?alt=media&token=effca441-58f4-4ca3-bfa6-a846fd78c6bf","version":2,"metadata":{"height":1600,"width":1279}},{"content":"After exiting the Sky Safari, you will head to the animal known as an Australian icon and ambassador for habitat preservation. That’s right, the koala. You will likely find one nestled up in a tree, sleeping! The circular building allows you to get a 360 view of the enclosure, so you can easily get a picture of the cuddly creatures.\n\nKoalas are born blind, furless, and the size of a jellybean, but the koala joeys stay in the mother’s pouch for up to seven months. They also sleep up to 19 hours a day! Koalas’ diets consist mainly of eucalyptus leaves which are actually very toxic for most other animals!\n","type":"text"},{"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2FIMG_3159.mov?alt=media&token=470bae18-427f-46f1-b51a-06861c0464bf","metadata":{"width":1080,"height":1920},"type":"video"},{"content":"Taronga prioritizes the conservation of koalas because of the dangers inflicted on their natural habitats.\n\nFun fact: koalas aren’t bears… They are marsupials!\n\nClick the link below to see what koalas sound like!\n","type":"text"},{"type":"link","content":"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fq74aS4irmc&ab_channel=Discovery"}],"address":"Taronga Zoo Sky Safari"},{"address":"564R+P4","media":[{"type":"text","content":"# Giraffes"},{"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2F12.mp3?alt=media&token=1d8b234e-b5d9-4a9f-8523-480559cb9f29","type":"audio"},{"metadata":{"width":1000,"height":1398},"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2FIMG_3200.jpg?alt=media&token=9c31333a-ec1a-4320-b6cc-06f52fd98126","type":"img","version":2},{"content":"Next up, let's visit the tallest animal at the zoo: the giraffe. On your way, make sure to stop and enjoy the amazing lookouts. Did you know that the giraffes’ hooves are around the same size as a human head; one kick from this giant animal can kill a lion.\n\nGiraffes, while significantly taller than humans, actually have the same number of vertebrae! The bones are just longer than those compared to a person! Their tongues can also be as long as 45 cm, with a blue coloration that works in similar ways to a sunscreen. This is really important because of the hot climates they often find themselves in. \n","type":"text"},{"metadata":{"height":1920,"width":1080},"type":"video","content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2FIMG_3202.mov?alt=media&token=8b1b0d55-6204-49f9-8bf0-5aeae4b0bb79"},{"type":"text","content":"Giraffes also have incredible eyesight, able to see up to 2 km away in color!\n\nFun fact: Giraffes can stand on their own an hour and a half after being born!\n\nClick the link below to see what giraffes sound like!"},{"content":"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CIu_MUO791s&ab_channel=Kiddopedia","type":"link"}],"location":{"latitude":-33.84321457364889,"longitude":151.24031367786722,"latitudeDelta":0.09219986310369421,"longitudeDelta":0.10218818160659443}},{"location":{"longitudeDelta":0.10218818160659443,"latitudeDelta":0.09219986310369421,"longitude":151.23996835313915,"latitude":-33.84321023600901},"address":"564R+P4","media":[{"content":"# Zebras","type":"text"},{"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2F12.mp3?alt=media&token=79719d26-0e76-44d0-8bb1-f991b6247295","type":"audio"},{"metadata":{"height":667,"width":1000},"version":2,"type":"img","content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2FHjFE8NKWuCmgfHCcndJ3rK-1200-80.jpeg?alt=media&token=c551f390-b8e8-4b45-b12f-f83725f2a77f"},{"type":"text","content":"Did you know that each zebra has their own unique stripe pattern, which helps them identify one another? The stripes also help them survive in the wild! When running away from predators, the stripes on a zebra creates a blurred effect so that one zebra cannot be singled out from the dazzle (a group of zebras). "},{"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2FPlains_Zebra_Equus_quagga.jpeg?alt=media&token=d9787515-a20f-4f04-9859-753ce1356e5e","type":"img","metadata":{"height":1500,"width":1000},"version":2},{"content":"As zebras are herbivores, they are often found within 30 km of water because that is where they can find lots of fresh food! They also often follow the rain, so as to ensure there is a constant supply of food!\n\nWhile zebras usually travel in a group of 5 to 20, hundreds may be seen migrating together when crossing plains!\n\nFun fact: Newborn foals can stand after 6 minutes!\n\nClick the link below to see what zebras sound like!\n","type":"text"},{"type":"link","content":"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BWIrcvr7Hb4&ab_channel=northern3000"}]},{"address":"564R+P4","media":[{"type":"text","content":"# Lions"},{"type":"audio","content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2F13.mp3?alt=media&token=8150ddc8-a15d-4c2d-a234-8db57d31f939"},{"metadata":{"height":1920,"width":1080},"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2FIMG_3206.mov?alt=media&token=f5d79227-0927-4cfc-8b3b-b721add1e620","type":"video"},{"type":"text","content":"When male lions grow up, they can weigh up to 30 stones! Additionally, the mains will darken with time, representing age, as well as help protect the head during fights!\n\nLions are less dependent on water, as they are able to get their water from plants, rather than a watering hole like other animals.\n"},{"metadata":{"height":1332,"width":1000},"type":"img","version":2,"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2FIMG_3203.jpg?alt=media&token=152211ce-b76a-4049-831f-e92d9222c26a"},{"content":"Lions tend to hunt during storms, because the rain and other natural elements conceal the noises they make.\n\nFun fact: Lions are the only cats that roar together!\n\nClick the link below to hear a lion roar!\n","type":"text"},{"type":"link","content":"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1e0_4dwF9A4&ab_channel=NaturalHistoryMedia"}],"location":{"latitudeDelta":0.09219986310369421,"longitude":151.23936855416173,"latitude":-33.842724557598075,"longitudeDelta":0.10218818160659443}},{"location":{"latitude":-33.8434823089256,"longitudeDelta":0.10218818160659443,"latitudeDelta":0.09219986310369421,"longitude":151.2394986659498},"address":"564Q+GG","media":[{"type":"text","content":"# Tigers"},{"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2F15.mp3?alt=media&token=6946b9f0-8d34-4651-86eb-d07dffe280ce","type":"audio"},{"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2FIMG_3232.jpg?alt=media&token=d6ef6dc6-c4e2-46ab-8068-0683de33f7dd","metadata":{"height":1198,"width":1000},"version":2,"type":"img"},{"content":"The last animal included in this tour today are the mighty tigers. Tigers, unlike other cats, can’t outrun their prey, so they try to use their camouflage skills by hunting at night to maximize their success! ","type":"text"},{"type":"video","metadata":{"height":1920,"width":1080},"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2FIMG_3237.mov?alt=media&token=303761b0-801a-4825-96ee-949043b22717"},{"content":"Some of their predatory tactics include making their hoofed prey head into water so that they will be slowed down. The tiger then bites their neck and the prey will die from suffocation. The claws on tigers are retractable so as to keep them sharp. \n\nHere, you can explore Tiger Trek, which is an Indonesian themed immersive experience! You can see how certain shopping habits can actually save tigers by switching to more sustainable products that help protect their natural habitat!\n","type":"text"},{"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2FIMG_3083.JPG?alt=media&token=ee04a2f0-1d98-49db-b301-8df3bb9ed78b","metadata":{"width":1000,"height":1334},"type":"img","version":2},{"content":"Fun fact: tigers tend to hunt by themselves, rather than in a pack!\n\nClick the link below to hear a tiger roar!","type":"text"},{"content":"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vXbzQun4AO0&ab_channel=BigCatRescue","type":"link"}]},{"media":[{"content":"# Taronga Zoo Gift Shop","type":"text"},{"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2F16.mp3?alt=media&token=1f3f5cd3-4ecc-43f6-8b05-42da44e37d51","type":"audio"},{"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2FIMG_20180512_161442.jpeg?alt=media&token=b8e76287-0b50-46bf-b57b-d064e3cae822","metadata":{"height":375,"width":500},"version":2,"type":"img"},{"content":"Our final stop on this tour is the gift shop. Now is a great time to get a stuffed animal of your favorite animal, knowing the money will be going to a good cause!","type":"text"},{"type":"img","content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FGpsLFlUPGqvzfEs3sz3D%2Ftcsa-soft-toys-hero.jpeg?alt=media&token=685c2468-f585-4d86-b3ff-8043132572d1","metadata":{"width":1000,"height":400},"version":2}],"location":{"longitudeDelta":0.10218818160659443,"latitudeDelta":0.09219986310369421,"latitude":-33.8425744045174,"longitude":151.24240939509534},"address":"1 Bradleys Head Rd"}]
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