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Stork and Ostrich House
  • The Stork and Ostrich House was built to plans by Charles Brown Trollope in 1896-97; George Smith and Company, builders. It cost £3,788. in 2013 it was incorporated into Tiger Territory.
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Stockholm 1 0
Stealing the Cubs Statue
  • The statue entitled Stealing the Subs stands to the west of Three Island Pond. Carved from marble at larger than life size, it represents a man fighting a lioness over two lion cubs. In recent years the statue had been moved back from a more prominent position on a three-step plinth. Installed 1906, donated by J B Wolff; Henri Teixeira de Mattos, sculptor.
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St Helena 1 0
Sri Lanka (1) 0 0
Southern Aviary
  • The Southern Aviary of 1905 is the largest of the Zoo's early aviaries. It was an early attempt to provide a natural environment for birds, giving them space for free flight. The landscaping of artificial rockwork and ponds, with mature willows, was a reordering of what had been the Southern Ponds from about 1860. The Southern Aviary was demolished circa 2008 for the Giant Tortoises.
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South Pheasantry
  • The South Pheasantry comprises two ranges of cages to the south west of the Bird House. Built 1962, Franz Stengelhofen, architect.
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South Canal Bank Staff Flats
  • The South Canal Bank Staff Flats were built as part of the landscaping of the whole of the Zoo's south canal bank. They were needed because the contemporaneous development of the Cotton Terraces involved the demolition of a Superintendent's House. Built 1962-63, Franz Stengelhofen and Sir Peter Shepheard, architects.
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South Africa 7 0