Where is Cleveland Metroparks Zoo Located
The Cleveland Metroparks Zoo was opened in 1882 as an animal Park for deer, and ROE deer. Today, visitors can meet more than 6,000 animals from more than 400 species. At the same time, the Zoo is also a botanical garden, which has made it its mission to clarify the interaction between plants, animals and humans.
Address: 3900 Wildlife Way, Cleveland, OH 44109
Area: 183 acres
No. of animals: 3000
Notable animals: Willy, Jo, Martika, Kallie, Shenga, Moshi
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