Lions and tigers and bears. And a few dozen other animals as well.
The Kampot Zoo is open every day from sometime in the morning 'til 7pm (but it gets pretty dark after 6pm)
$4 entrance fee for foreigners, ($1 for Khmers) and a small fee if you want to drive around the zoo (it's a lot to walk around everywhere).
You'll see crocodiles, several species of monkeys, and birds (some bigger than you are). Deer, elephants, wild boar, tigers and lions (if they come out of their houses) and several other animals.
To get here from downtown Kampot, hop on a motorcycle for a 20 minute ride ($1.25), a tuk tuk ($2.50 for one person, more for 2 to 4), or a car (maybe $5?). The zoo is located on the opposite side of the river from Kampot City, about 15 minutes North. There's also several restaurants and a waterfall (rapids) on the way or just past the zoo.
If you go in the morning or early afternoon, bring some drinks, as it can get hot. In the afternoon, a few drink places open inside the zoo.
There's several places to sit down at the Kampot Zoo, and most of these places are surrounded by landscaping or jungle. Quite nice.
Warning!!!. The animals are all in cages (of course), but don't get too close (or put your hands in!). You'll get close to these animals, but some (like ostriches and elephants, and gorillas) have long necks, noses, or beaks, and can reach over the fence..
Also.... The zoo is slowly running out of animals, the gorilla, leopard (cheetah?), tigers, and others are gone now, but still an interesting collection.
Plan on at least a couple hours around the zoo.