Lots of photos… PART II now… the climax is coming…
Left: What is this? Very huge bird. Very colourful head. At first I thought it’s ostrich.
Right: FEEDING TIME!!!
Left: Everyone is waiting for the show to begin!
Right: Hungry crocs. Buckets of fish were poured from the top to feed them.
The climax of the visit!
Goosh… damn big fish.. scary… couldn’t take photos of them. They didn’t come up but submerge in the water all the time. It’s black in colour. Some with florescent red scales too. It’s the same fish that you see in people’s homes or shops aquarium that they sometimes said it could give them luck or some even claimed can see 4D number on its body. You can feed them, there were breads in the baskets.
Right: Some huts built next to the pond for visitors to rest and enjoy the pondful of waterlilies.
Left: Asean giant softshell turtle, it’s gigantic 😛 people threw coins in there. For what? Well… for luck I guess because turtle or tortoise symbolised longevity. It can be as long as 5 feet and as heavy as 200kg.
Right: Sun bear.
Left: Guinea pig. A visit to this farm and zoo can cause cuteness overdose 😛 Heheheh…
Right: My greatest fear!!! Snakes!!! They have lots of pythons. You must pass by this enclosure to go into the zoo. I was a bit scare that time but it’s in the cage so it’s OK though I got goosepimles everywhere and I wonder my hair stands or not?
So… that’s about my short trip. I recommend you to go there when they are having feeding time, 11am and 3pm. Else… I think RM8 is not worth it. It’s open from 9am-5pm daily.
CROCS ROCKS!! LOL… not really 😛 it rhymes anyway…