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MAWANNABANGER-PAGE - Answered a Question by Hepden (03 Oct 08 18:59)

Try the municipal barge on the grand union canal, it passes the london zoo every hour.

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herbert - Answered a Question by Hepden (03 Oct 08 19:13)

Polar bears live in the Arctic penguins live in the Antarctic &wales is a country.

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Aldrich - Answered a Question by Hepden (03 Oct 08 19:44)

I know it is cold in Wales, but that is a bit of an extreem wish list. Polar Bears live in the North Pole and Penguins live south of the Equator so never the twain will meet. Afraid your wish cannot be granted.

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Neil & Ida Down - Answered a Question by Hepden (03 Oct 08 19:47)

I am trying to remember whether there is a zoo in Cardiff and if the White Funnel ships still call at Barry Docks. .... Neil.

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dolan - Answered a Question by Hepden (03 Oct 08 20:08)

Yes amusing answers friends!

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Roberts - Answered a Question by Hepden (03 Oct 08 20:55)

I think Princess Cruises do a cruise that stops in Holyhead. From there you could possibly take a day trip to Chester or Colwyn Bay Zoo....although Im not too sure if either of them have Polar Bears these days. Both have penguins. On your trip back to the boat you'll see a lot of Wales.

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Legpull - replied to Roberts (04 Oct 08 10:33)

No , Holyhead was last year, this year it was replaced by Cobh and or Liverpool. On a clear day however, you can see Wales from both. Don't know about the polar bears, but you can catch a glimpse of the penguins in Tesco!

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Bruce - Answered a Question by Hepden (03 Oct 08 22:51)

Hello Mr/Mrs Hepden Sorry I can't help with the polar bear and penguin question but I would like to leave this quote for those who have tried to answer it "The malicious sneer is improperly called laughter" Oliver Goldsmith 1730 - 1774. Superb poet and novelist.

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Legpull - replied to Bruce (04 Oct 08 10:41)

"Life's too short to be serious all the time - have a sense of humour" - Groucho Marx and Me!!

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Bruce - replied to Legpull (04 Oct 08 20:22)

"Humour should not be at the expense of others" Mrs Bruce 1961 - ? !!!

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