The first station I went to was the "Insectarium", a place where people should learn more about insects. There was also a butterfly sanctuary here and you could observe numerous butterflies either flying freely or sucking on the nectar from the flowers.
Tama Zoo is developed in a VERY large area. Not only that, there are spots which require people to climb up or walk down the hilly area.
I came across a group of small children who were busy drawing animals under the teachers' supervision. As you can see, a zoo should not only be a place for people to come and go. In fact, there are educational activities that should be done here - especially by children.
More pictures of the animals and the zoo in Part 2.