Another Nigerian ‘Zoo’ | University of Ilorin Zoo

8 thoughts on “Another Nigerian ‘Zoo’ | University of Ilorin Zoo”

  1. I enjoyed reading this write-up; and your pictures are lovely. There seems to be more animals in the zoo than when I visited. I visited the zoo on my trip to Kwara state in 2016 but let’s say I have more memory than pictures to show for it. Hahahaha….some of the drawbacks of solo travelling. It is a struggle something!.

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  2. The zoo was good as far as Nigerian zoos go but I felt so bad for the birds and the leopard. They were put in such tiny cages, it was hard to look at them. And I also don’t understand the point of charging for cameras at tourist attractions. I mean they are attractions, of course people would come with cameras.

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  3. The zoo is a new. It is less than 7 to 8 years so it would take a longtime to blossom. Also i guess the main person that pushed for it was Oloyede and since his exit as the VC things seem to have taken a bit of downward spiral. But lovely picturees you got. You didn’t see the ostrich that mimics you while you dance with her?

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    1. That makes sense. It’s still young so I’m sure with time it’ll get better. But the VC also needs to be interested.
      No ooo, I didn’t see her, that would have been really nice to see.
      Thank you so much for reading, glad you like the pictures too. 🙂

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