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9:30 AM - 5 PM

Park Areas

Exotic animals in their natural surroundings.

Asian Gardens

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Leopards and tigers and bears, oh my! Get up close to the many rare and endangered animals in the Asian Gardens. Watch as the tigers explore the water's edge. Observe the Indian rhinos at play, then come across the Clouded leopards and all their spots.

Lorikeet Landing

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Come lounge with the lorikeets! In this interactive habitat, there's nothing between you and your brilliantly-plumed friends. Lorikeets are playful and friendly by nature. Lorikeets love nectar and can be easily enticed to sit on your hand while they drink up the sweet juice.   While you're there, learn how wild lorikeet habitats are disappearing – and how you can help protect them.

Sulawesi Aviary

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The Sulawesi Aviary features rare Asian birds and gentle forest creatures. Listen to the peaceful waters of the fountain as you spot each animal from the viewing platform and learn more about them. There's lots to see here, so be sure to bring your camera.

Today at the Zoo

Feb 13, 2016 - 12:30 PM Animal Keeper Talks Tiger
Type: Daily Shows & Talks
Location: Asian Gardens
Ages: All Ages
Cost: Included with Admission
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  • Association of Zoos and Aquariums
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Tampa’s Lowry Park Zoo is operated by the Lowry Park Zoological Society, an independent 501(c)(3) charitable organization committed to excellence in education, conservation and research. The Zoo is accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA), and is featured among the “Top 25 Zoos in the U.S” by TripAdvisor (2015) and “10 Best Zoos in the U.S.” by Trekaroo (2015). The Zoo is located at 1101 W. Sligh Avenue in Tampa, one mile west of I-275 (exit 48) and is open seven days a week, from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. 

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