Weighing in

London Zoo decided to weigh its' permanent residents and this a gallery showcasing some of the more unusual ones.The task involves weighing and measuring the population of the zoo, before the information is shared with zoos across the world, allowing them to compare data on thousands of endangered species—Images by Agencies

A zoo keeper weights a giant stick insect.—Photo by AP
A zoo keeper weights a giant stick insect.—Photo by AP
Alberta, a Tawny Owl, perches on a scale.—Photo by AFP
Alberta, a Tawny Owl, perches on a scale.—Photo by AFP
Jae Jae, a Sumatran tiger, is measured.—Photo by AFP
Jae Jae, a Sumatran tiger, is measured.—Photo by AFP
Tammy, a Tree anteater, is weighed.—Photo by AFP
Tammy, a Tree anteater, is weighed.—Photo by AFP
A Waxy Monkey Frog is placed onto a weighing.—Photo by AFP
A Waxy Monkey Frog is placed onto a weighing.—Photo by AFP
Noemie, a Bactrian camel, is weighed.—Photo by AFP
Noemie, a Bactrian camel, is weighed.—Photo by AFP
A Royal Python is placed onto a weighing scale.—Photo by AFP
A Royal Python is placed onto a weighing scale.—Photo by AFP
An African Bullfrog is placed on a weighing scale.—Photo by AFP
An African Bullfrog is placed on a weighing scale.—Photo by AFP

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