It sounds like we are setting up a joke, but this is all about natural science!!
Zookpeeper Brendan chats his colleague Susan O'Brien who looks after the Scimitar-horned Oryx.
In this episode we find out if sloths deserve the reputation of being 'lazy'.
We learn all about the Western Lowland Gorillas who live in Dublin Zoo.
Thanks to our friends at Dublin Zoo we are back to learn about another animal.
RTÉjr Radio have teamed up with Dublin Zoo to bring you a brilliant new series!
Thanks to our friends at Dublin Zoo this new series will teach us more about the animals there and we get to meet the people …
Home School Hub met loads of amazing animals over the past year. Have a look here and learn a bit more about them!
On this visit to Dublin Zoo with John from their Discovery and Learning Team we are getting up close with these super cute animals.
Kelly from Dublin Zoo's Discovery and Learning Team is bringing us to meet some Sulawesi-Crested Macaques.
Join John from Dublin Zoo's Discovery and Learning Team to find out all about these heroes in a half shell!
This time in Dublin Zoo we meet the oryx and find out the difference between animal's antlers and horns.
John from the Discovery and Learning Team at Dublin Zoo is here to tell us all about these cute primates.
Home School Hub are delighted to visit Dublin Zoo again with their friends Kelly and John, who will be introducing us to more amazing animals …
The Hub crew teamed up with Dublin Zoo to meet some of the animals who live there and learn all about them.
We are taking a trip waaay back in time to walk with the dinosaurs at Dublin Zoo!
The Okapi and Bongo are two animals that are experts in using their different markings as camouflage.
Kelly from Dublin Zoo is telling us about the big cats who live there.
Eating, staying cosy and having lots of little naps...it sounds like red pandas have it sorted!
We've decided to bring Dublin Zoo straight to your home. How cool is that? You can check to see how all your favourite animals are …
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