9 Seriously Cute Animals Of The Columbus Zoo And Aquarium

July 26th, 2011

With almost 450 species from at least 6 continents, the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium in Columbus, Ohio, has plenty of cute animals to draw in crowds. (9 photos)

Elephant stroll
Two Asian elephants, the largest land animals in Asia, stroll along water in their exhibit near the Pachyderm building at the Columbus Zoo in 2007. (Photo by: marada (flickr))
Koala Kiss
Two koalas, marsupials native to Australia, cling to a branch and kiss in 2007. Koalas eat only Eucalyptus leaves and sleep 18 to 22 hours a day. (Photo by: marada (flickr))
Gerenuk, Columbus Zoo
A gerenuk, a mammal native to Africa, stares inquisitively at zoo visitors on Sept. 16, 2003. (Photo by: Gary Brown (flickr))
A wolf stretches on the snowy ground of the Columbus Zoo on Feb. 16, 2008. (Photo by: J. Todd Poling (flickr))
Monkey Alfalfa
A curious monkey shows off his faux hawk on Feb. 16, 2008. (Photo by: J. Todd Poling (flickr))
Ruby-Crowned Kinglet
The Ruby-Crowned Kinglet is one of North America's smallest birds. The male rarely shows his ruby crown. April 2, 2008. (Photo by: sgale39 (flickr))
Sumatran Orangutan
A Sumatran Orangutan lays down for a rest on June 22, 2009. Sumatran Orangutans are more solitary than other apes and are now endangered in their natural habitats due to logging and agriculture. (Photo by: clarissa~ (flickr))
Elephant Calf
Beco, the baby Asian Elephant at the Columbus Zoo, plays on a ball on Feb. 13, 2010. Beco was born March 27, 2009. (Photo by: Mr. 0 (flickr))
Baby Gorilla
A baby gorilla stares at those in attendance at the zoo on Jan. 30, 2011. (Photo by: OZinOH)
  • Anonymous

    Love ‘em!

  • Jill

    Love the pictures!!!

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