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Take a Walk at the Zoo - OU0150
The National Zoo
Owner: rob3k
N 38° 55.795' W 77° 03.304' N 38° 55' 47.70'' W 77° 03' 18.24'' N 38.92992°  W 77.05507° 
Altitude: m. ASL.
 Region: United States > District of Columbia
Cache type: Virtual
Size: No container
Status: Ready for Search
Time required: n/a    Distance to travel: 1.50 km
Date hidden: 2010-10-28
Date created: 2010-11-04
Date published: 2010-11-04
Last modification: 2010-11-05
2x Found
0x Not found
1 notes
watchers 0 watchers
85 visitors
2 x rated
Rated as: n/a
1 x recommended
This cache is recommended by: DudleyGrunt
Cache attributes

Kid Friendly  Wheelchair Access  Available in Winter  Limited Hours  Listed on OCNA Only 

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Description EN

This is a 6 stage virtual cache which will lead you to several different sections of the National Zoo in Washington DC.  The zoo is free, but parking in the zoo's lots is not.  There are unmetered street spots on sections of Connecticut and on side streets such as Garfield and Cathedral which are free and do not require a permit to park on weekends and evenings.

In order to claim a find on this cache, e-mail me the answer to the question for each of the 6 additional waypoints.

In addition, in order to log a find, you need to have physically visited this cache's location. In other words, please no armchair logging.  If one of the spots are inaccessible on a given day due to renovations, just answer the questions for the accessible areas.
Additional waypoints
Symbol Type Coordinates Description
Interesting place N 38° 55.795'
W 77° 03.304'
Question 1:
The entrance to the zoo is guarded by a pair of lions. Facing towards the zoo, which of the lions (left or right) has his mouth slightly open?
Interesting place N 38° 55.859'
W 77° 03.128'
Question 2:
The coordinates will bring you to a sign in the panda section of the zoo. What did the governemnt do in 1998?
Interesting place N 38° 55.855'
W 77° 03.211'
Question 3:
This stop is in the cheetah conservation station section. What helps push off and provide traction?
Interesting place N 38° 55.911'
W 77° 03.150'
Question 4:
What type of tree is this sign under? (Read the sign for the answer.)
Interesting place N 38° 55.820'
W 77° 03.071'
Question 5:
One of the signs along the rail at this elephant viewing spot explains "How can you help? Don't eat ____" (Bottom right section of sign.)
Interesting place N 38° 55.733'
W 77° 02.799'
Question 6:
How many pounds of meat do zoo tigers eat each day?
Log entries: Found 2x Not found 0x Note 1x Picture 9x All entries Gallery