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Oshawa Things to Do

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    by Martman Written Nov 13, 2011

    Oshawa is a nice town to visit that is close to Toronto. While in the city, this is a beautiful park to walk and escape the town. It has a beautiful river and worth the visit.

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    • Photography
    • Hiking and Walking

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    by Faiza-Ifrah Updated Jun 13, 2009

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    Feeding the Siberian Tiger turned out to be a major attraction for visitors. The keeper answered many questions, especially from the curious children. The way tiger pounced on meat showed how powerful the creature is.

    We visited the lions section via an overhead bridge. The lions section is located on the farthest side of the park and entails quite a bit of hiking. You are surely going to run into a small terrier whose job seems to be to keep pests running for their lives.

    The lions seemed to be stalking some unseen prey and we could not find out who they were stalking. Then it suddenly dawned upon us. They had a narrow view of farm cows in a distant enclosure (picture # 2). The sight was terrifying to see the least.

    Siberian Tiger and the keeper Owners of the zoo with their cattle
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    • Hiking and Walking

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    by Faiza-Ifrah Updated Jun 13, 2009

    ANIMATHEATRE is all about educating the audience about Baboons, pythons, and Bahgera the Leopard (see the picture that is slightly blur due to darkness).

    The queue to enter was quite long, but effort was worth it (picture # 2). The Theatre was jam packed with visitors.

    Here we had our first look at some animal actors too (see pictures).

    A python in hand and an elephant behind Waiting for the entry This leopard is an actor These Baboons surely looked movie stars
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    • Zoo
    • Family Travel

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  • by bloo88 Written Mar 6, 2009

    Oshawa's Official Seasonal Tourist Information Centre is located at the Bloor St and Simcoe St S intersection. Open May through to October, the TIC offers a wide range of information of all cities in Ontario.
    Hours: 9am to 6pm

    OSHAWA & ONTARIO TOURIST INFORMATION

    Tourist information is available year round at the Chamber office at
    44 Richmond Street West, Suite 100, Oshawa, ON L1G 1C7

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    • Adventure Travel

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