We figured that we were obligated to go to Taronga Zoo in Sydney, because we figured in case we didn’t end up seeing a wild kangaroo, we could at least see one here. Note: the only kangaroo we did end up seeing in the wild… was dead. Sad story, I know. But I digress. We hit up the Circular Quay and hopped on the ferry over to the Zoo at about 2:30pm. When you get to the zoo, you’re basically at the bottom of a large hill. You can either take a gondola to the top of the Zoo, and work your way down the hill. Or just walk up and back down. We opted for the Sky Safari, because we are lazy travellers apparently. It gave a pretty sick view of the zoo though.
Once we stepped off the gondola, we found our way to the crocodiles. They’re some creepy looking bastards, and you could get a really close look at them. From there, we headed to the lazy ass koala bears. Apparently, because they sleep for like 22 hours a day, their brains are getting smaller with each generation. I wouldn’t be surprised if the same thing was happening to sloths either. The Reptile House took up a lot of our time, because the 3 of us have a soft spot in our heart for lizards, especially Liam. Unfortunately, it was after this we found out the Zoo closes at 5, so we had to hurry our asses up and get to the kangaroos. We quickly ran over there, and pretty much saw all the Australian animals. Wallabies, kangaroos, and emus. The kangaroos were pretty hilarious, one of them was just lying on its back, scratching its balls. All in all, the zoo was very entertaining, and I got some nice pictures out of it. Boom.