Where is Brandywine Zoo Located
The Brandywine Zoo is open all year round and covers a variety of animal species, such as mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians. It is directly above the eponymous river in Brandywine Park, in Wilmington, Delaware.
A total of about 150 animals live there, including Siberian tigers, river otters and the largest rodent in the world, the water pig. There are also other animals that are native to Ame – rika or Asia and can be visited in a natural environment.
Located in: Brandywine Park
Address: 1001 N Park Dr, Wilmington, DE 19802
No. of animals: 90
Phone: (302) 571-7747
Notable animals: Squeakers, Saphira, Granite, Merry, Dori, May, Oz, Cali, Sandy, Atticus, Gryphus, Gansu, Zhanna, Chavin
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