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It's time for London Zoo's weigh-in

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It's the weigh-in we've all been waiting for.

Every year London Zoo weighs all of its 19,000 animals, using a mind-blowing assortment of scales. They've released a series of pictures of the process, from tiny Waxy tree monkey frogs to fully-grown camels...

  • It's time for London Zoo's weigh-in

    Just don't try telling this Sumatran tiger he's under six-foot.

  • It's time for London Zoo's weigh-in

    We'll never be able to look at Librasco weighing scales the same again.

  • It's time for London Zoo's weigh-in

    This sleepy Alberta tawny owl weighs in at a nice, neat 444g.

  • It's time for London Zoo's weigh-in

    The Eagle owl is packing a few more feathers, weighing in at 1928g.

  • It's time for London Zoo's weigh-in

    Tammy the tree climbing Anteater weighs 6.5kg - but looks like she's aiming for 6.6kg.

  • It's time for London Zoo's weigh-in

    Sorry, Tammy, handler Marcel McKinley is settling on 6.5 kg.

  • It's time for London Zoo's weigh-in

    Perhaps aware frogs are considered a delicacy in some cultures, this waxy tree monkey frog is not keen to jump on a spoon.

  • It's time for London Zoo's weigh-in

    It eventually does, and tips the tiny scales at 40g.

  • It's time for London Zoo's weigh-in

    This 400g bullfrog is relaxed about its weight.

  • It's time for London Zoo's weigh-in

    Zookeepers persuade the camel that 625kg is perfectly normal for an animal its height.

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