I was able to visit this zoo before and hopefully I could revisit the park with my son. We have few pictures that time and I haven't been to Jurong Bird Park and River Safari yet.
Furry and feathered animal residents of Jurong Bird Park, River Safari, Night Safari and Singapore Zoo demonstrate how to take the perfect afternoon siesta.
Holy Week is seen by many as a time for rest and quiet reflection. The upcoming long weekend is a great time to slow down and stock up on sleep. Joining in the occasion are the wild residents of Singapore’s four wildlife parks, which have been brushing up on their napping skills.
Standing on one leg is the most comfortable resting position for these flamingos seen
in Jurong Bird Park Singapore.
Another animal that can be caught napping during the day is the red panda. These avid tree climbers sleep stretched out on high branches with their arms and legs dangling. Find this small endangered mammal at River Safari’s Giant Panda Forest.
A female pangolin, or scaly anteater, curls protectively
around her snoozing baby at Singapore Night Safari’s Fishing Cat Trail.
A bonding mother and baby pair is always a heart-warming sight. A mama pangolin, or scaly anteater, curls protectively around her snoozing baby at Night Safari’s Fishing Cat Trail. A similar scene plays out at Singapore Zoo’s Fragile Forest, where a baby sloth learns how to sloth around with its mother as they hang sleeping in a tree. Tender moments like these bring to mind happy times with loved ones during the holidays.
Swimming is ‘otterly’ exhausting for these giant river otters in Singapore’s River Safari.
All photos are to be credited to Wildlife Reserves Singapore.