Three Island Pond is an irregularly shaped artificial pond of about 130 ft (40 m) by 165 ft (50 m) in extent, the south side of which has been incorporated into the New Lion Terraces. The enclosure is inhabited by pelicans, coots and ducks, and the three islands are planted with large willows and other trees. Built 1832, Decimus Burton, architect. Enlarged 1852. Altered 1961 and 1876.
Tiger Territory is London Zoo's Sumatran tiger enclosure, designed by architect Michael Kozdon and officially opened by the Duke of Edinburgh in March 2013. The enclosure is 2,500 square metres in size and features authentic Indonesian plant life, as well as a net canopy of 3mm steel cable supported by four metal poles. The exhibit is also home to Reeves's muntjacs, Northern white-cheeked gibbons and a pair of Buru Babirusas.