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Meet the stars of Animal Adventure - the animals! Here's a look at some of the exciting and amazing animals you can see in Animal Adventure, ZSL London Zoo's new Children's Zoo.
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MongooseThey hardly ever dig their own holes, instead they just move into burrows that have been left by other animals.
AardvarkThey are nocturnal. Once the sun has set they put their sharp claws to good use - digging to find termites.
Prairie dogThey are excellent communicators. From special warning sounds when danger is near to discovering new objects, prairie dogs 'talk' to each other often.
LlamaThey are strong animals. They can carry about a quarter of their own body weight on a trek with no problem.
Kune kune pigThey are a small breed of domestic pig from New Zealand. Kunekunes were kept by the native Māori people, and kunekune means "chubby" in the Māori language.
Nubian goatsOn a worldwide basis, more people drink the milk of goats than any other single animal.
CoatiTheir snouts are long, extremely flexible and can be rotated up to 60 degrees in any direction.
PorcupineThey are nocturnal, which means they are active primarily at night. Their eyesight isn't very good but they have an excellent sense of smell.
SheepThey grow two teeth a year until they have eight. A one-year old sheep is called a hogget but a two-year old sheep is called a two-tooth.
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