Where is Denver Zoo Located
The long and varied history of the Denver Zoo began in 1896 with a very special gift to the city of Denver – a brown bear named Billy Brian, who thus became the first resident of Denver zoo.
Today, the Denver Zoo is one of the most popular animal parks in the country and is home to more than 3,500 animals from 700 different species. With the impressive areas such as Predator Ridge, Tropical Discovery, Primate Panorama and the Dragons of Komodo, a large part of a 20-year master plan for the modernization of the Denver Zoo has already been implemented. Denver Zoological Gardens also offers educational opportunities to its visitors throughout the day.
Located in: City Park
Address: 2300 Steele St, Denver, CO 80205
Area: 80 acres
No. of animals: 4,125 (2013)
Notable animals: Billy Bryan, Ulu, Billy, Dolly, Bodhi, Velox, Groucho, Mimi, Rudy, Cookie, Snow, Klondike, Candy, Masika
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