Brian and Emma pack up the picnic things and take them to the zoo office where they can be left and be picked up when you go home.
Together hand in hand they go to the bob cat (also known as a lynx) enclosure. This animal is a feline mammal of Europe and North America, with grey-brown mottled fur, tufted ears and a short tail. They are pleased the bob cat is awake and walking around.
In the next enclosure they look at the Yak, which is an ox of Tibet with long shaggy hair, and the sow and piglet wart hogs. The wart hog is a wild pig from south and east Africa. They have heavy tusks, wart –like protuberances on their face and a mane of coarse hair.
The zebra and impala watch as the baby giraffe walks over to Brian and Emma. Brian has a vitamin tablet to give to the baby giraffe. The mother giraffe is more interested in trying to eat the leaves of the tree.
The baby giraffe can smell the tablet and comes right to Brian’s hand and takes the tablet.
The next enclosure is the polar bear. Brian is pleased to see the enclosure has snow and is clean.
The Polar bear raises itself on its hind legs and looks back at the seals that have come out of the water and are splashing about on the rocks.
Brian and Emma have enjoyed the day at the zoo. Brian takes Emma home on the back of his motorbike.