We asked our members to send us their Zoo-themed artistic creations - and we haven't been disappointed! From acrylics to sculptures, collage and Lego, our members have embraced all mediums to bring their favourite animal-friends to life. But can you recognise any familar faces?
Anne sent us in a flawless arcrylic painting of Amur tiger, Botzman (above), painted from a photograph taken by her husband. We think he would be very proud of her efforts, don't you?
Talking of hippos, Olivia submitted a wonderful scene inspired by her favourite animals at Whispande. She has been going to the Zoo since she was a baby, and has been a member for 13 years!
A double whammy of giraffes courtesy of Estella ( 8-years-old) and Isla (2-years-old), left and right respectively. Absolutely perfect!
Louisa has sent us a gorgeous painting of a red panda inspired by her trips to Whipsnade Zoo.
Do you want to get creative and learn more about our animals? Take a look at our Zoo School pages to find activities, including colouring sheets and games, for three to fourteen year olds.
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