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Toronto Zoo - Dec 26. 1/2 price admission all day

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Toronto Zoo - Dec 26. 1/2 price admission all day

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December 26, 2017
parking is $12

Don’t forget to wish our giant panda family, who leave for Calgary March 2018, a very happy holiday.
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Winter General admission (13-64) is $23.00. So, it's $11.50 (including tax). Not bad. Thanks OP.
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Was free admission past Saturday before 10:30
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Trade one zoo (the mall) and animals for another zoo. Smiling Face With Open Mouth
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10% off is cold, 50% off is warm, 75% off is hot, but FREE IS RFD!
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Why would i want to see animals in the cold?

Also, why do the animals have to be on display in the cold just so humans can gawk at them?

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flyingnurse wrote:
Nov 13th, 2017 6:24 pm
Why would i want to see animals in the cold?

Also, why do the animals have to be on display in the cold just so humans can gawk at them?

NO THANKYOU!
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The only animals outside are the animals that are used to cold weather.

"As Canadian winter approaches, enjoy over 10 km of wintery trails at the Toronto Zoo and visit our Canadian and Tundra animals in their natural winter habitats. Then, escape the cold and enter into the warmth of one of our FIVE INDOOR tropical pavilions!"

from http://www.torontozoo.com/Winter/
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flyingnurse wrote:
Nov 13th, 2017 6:24 pm
Also, why do the animals have to be on display in the cold just so humans can gawk at them?
I’m surprised that you asked this question. It sounds like you could use a trip to the zoo, to learn about animals. It’s nice to have a place to see some wild animals; and know that they’ll be there; protected from the humans that otherwise have proven to be very effective at killing nearly all of them.

The animals kept outdoors at the Toronto Zoo during winter are quite comfortable outdoors during the colder seasons.
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Parking is $12, so that you know.
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badOne wrote:
Nov 13th, 2017 6:44 pm
Parking is $12, so that you know.
Did you read the first post?
@sprung already mentioned the cost of parking.
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Nice. Thanks! I'd rather be at the zoo than the mall on Boxing Day. Haha.
flyingnurse wrote:
Nov 13th, 2017 6:24 pm
Why would i want to see animals in the cold?

Also, why do the animals have to be on display in the cold just so humans can gawk at them?

NO THANKYOU!
Same could be said for polar bears, panda, artic fox, etc in the summer.
Please don't turn it into a moral issue just cause you can't bother to wear more clothes.

I'd rather go during non summer months. Less crowds to deal with.
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flyingnurse wrote:
Nov 13th, 2017 6:24 pm
Why would i want to see animals in the cold?

Also, why do the animals have to be on display in the cold just so humans can gawk at them?

NO THANKYOU!
animals live in the wild without shelter perfectly by themselves. they don't go extinct when winter swings around.
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For people that have never been there are also indoor pavilions for many of the animals . You'll go from Canadian winter temps to warm African breezes in the span of a few minutes. Dress in layers.

Food options inside are Pizza Pizza, Smokes, Tim Hortons or bring your own to save $.
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sprung wrote:
Nov 13th, 2017 7:48 pm
Food options inside are Pizza Pizza, Smokes, Tim Hortons or bring your own to save $.
They also have Mandarin Express! Was closed on the 11th but I assume they'll be open on other days.

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