The San Antonio Zoo, situated in the city of San Antonio, Texas, is a member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA). This membership signifies that the zoo meets the highest standards of animal care and is committed to wildlife conservation, education, science, and recreational excellence.
The San Antonio Zoo is home to a diverse range of animals, which are divided into various sections. These include the African Savannah, African Plains, Outpost Amazonia, Big Cat Rift Valley, Cat Grotto, Bear Corner, Cranes of the World, Hixon Bird House, Richard Friedrich Aquarium, and Gibbon Forest. Each section offers a unique experience and a chance to learn about different animal species.
As of early 2021, the San Antonio Zoo housed an impressive collection of approximately 3,500 animals of 750 species. This diversity makes the zoo a fascinating destination for animal lovers and those interested in wildlife conservation.
The San Antonio Zoo is actively involved in many species conservation programs worldwide. This commitment to conservation reflects the zoo's mission to foster appreciation for the natural world and its wildlife.
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North Saint Mary's Street 3903, San Antonio
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