Edinburgh Zoo

Visiting Edinburgh Zoo (http://www.edinburghzoo.org.uk/) is one of the favourite things to do for our visitors at Craigwell Cottage. Stay at a family-friendly self-catering cottage in central Edinburgh - more at http://www.2edinburgh.co.uk.
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A two-month-old king penguin chick lifts the ends of its feet off the frozen ice and snow at its enclosure in the Edinburgh Zoo in Scotland. The chick is the first king penguin to be born at the zoo in over five years. (David Moir/Reuters)

National Penguin Awareness Day

: Sun bear Rotana (by Edinburgh Zoo...

Sun Bear (Helarctos malayanus) Smallest Bear from Tropical Forests of Southeast Asia

L'Hoest's monkeys at Edinburgh Zoo

L'Hoest's monkeys at Edinburgh Zoo - imagine giving birth in prison.

These two penguins look like they're dancing!

In pictures: Penguins rock back to the zoo

Edinburgh Zoo retained 29 gentoo penguins which had been staying in Belfast and Denmark while the enclosure was shut

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One of my totem animals. Welcome back, otter: (A short-clawed otter pup leaves its den and greets its public at the Edinburgh Zoo.) Photo: Jeff J Mitchell, Getty Images / SF

Guinness Edinburgh Zoo

See the Guinness animals at Edinburgh zoo - 1948 - (John Gilroy) -

King Penguin with egg at Edinburgh Zoo, Photo by Mikey Walsh

the coldest place on earth-the male penguin takes his turn keeping the egg warm

Nils Olav, an Edinburgh Zoo penguin and Colonel-in-Chief of the Norwegian King's Guard

Photos: Offbeat Photos - Weird, Wacky, Strange and Wild images from around the World

This cracked me up! "Sun Bear's Tongue," by miketransreal, via Flickr -- "They're noted for having a long tongue, although this seems to be an extreme example! The bird with the extreme beak seen through the window is a Malayan Black Hornbill." -- (This is a bench in the Edinburgh Zoo.)

They're noted for having a long tongue, although this seems to be an extreme example! The bird with the extreme beak seen through the window is a Malayan Black Hornbill.

A zookeeper bonds with a one-horned Indian rhino named Bertus before celebrating his 5th birthday at the Edinburgh Zoo in Scotland. Isn't he beautiful?

A zookeeper bonds with a one-horned Indian rhino named Bertus before celebrating his birthday at the Edinburgh Zoo in Scotland.

Penguins at Edinburgh Zoo (blog post: Why cartoons have animals). Photo by Richard Coyne.

Penguins at Edinburgh Zoo (blog post: Why cartoons have animals). Photo by Richard Coyne.

Edinburgh Zoo pandas top adoption list - The Scotsman

Edinburgh Zoo’s ginat pandas Tian Tian and Yang Guang have topped the zoo’s ‘most adopted’ list for 2013

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