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The Eleventh Doctor, Amy Pond and Rory Williams landed in the Amazonian forest in 1827. They met the naturalist Edwin Garrot, who was trying to bring back animals for the opening of the London Zoo the following year. (AUDIO: The Eye of the Jungle)
Bernice Summerfield's time ring deposited her in the London Zoo during the Victorian era. Not knowing anyone in the city at that time, she went to the Diogenes Club, looking for Mycroft Holmes. (AUDIO: The Adventure of the Diogenes Damsel)
In the 20th century, the Fourth Doctor and Sarah Jane Smith went to the London Zoo on the trail of a dying Pescaton. They noted that even the lions were afraid of the shark-like creature. (AUDIO: Doctor Who and the Pescatons)
In 1984, the London Zoo owned a female Tibetan Yeti (Yeti Traversii) named Mahamaya. Mahamaya was successfully bred with a male Yeti from Peking, which was considered something of a diplomatic coup. Their offspring was named Margaret for Margaret Thatcher, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom; however, at a press event to announce the naming, young Margaret bit her namesake. (PROSE: Downtime)
Sui Sui was raised in the London Zoo. (PROSE: How to Play Four-dimensional Chinese Checkers, and Win)