South Florida Zoos that won’t Disappoint
Animals and their behavior have fascinated humankind since the dawn of time. South Florida is home to a variety of extraordinary zoos that are sure to please anyone. They offer multiple ways in which visitors can interact with the animals, learn about them, and enjoy an outdoor outing. Some of the top zoos in South Florida include the following in no particular order.
An aquarium, treetop treks of varying difficulty, zip lining, and animal encounters are all available to visitors. The zoo features over 900 species, is involved in conservation efforts, and operates a sea turtle healing center. Special encounters are conducted each day ranging from goats, giraffes and cheetahs to birds, dingoes, and stingrays.
The zoo is home to more than 550 animals and 190 species from every corner of the world ranging from koalas, lemurs and tigers to jaguars, avians and butterflies. Visitors can attend a variety of special events throughout the year or plan a special occasion at the zoo. Individuals can participate in a zoo camp, overnight adventures, animal encounters, and educational series.
This is the oldest and largest zoo in Florida and fifth largest in the U.S. There are over 3,000 animals that represent more than 500 species, 130 of which are endangered. The zoo has more than 1,000 species of trees and plants in more than 100 special exhibits. Visitors can feed the animals, learn through special presentations, and experience the zoo’s rides.
The award-winning Zoological Wildlife Foundation (ZWF) has been featured on TV, is open by appointment only, and offers field trips, animal interactions, and guided educational and photographic tours. Many of the zoo’s animals are endangered and of special interest are the white lion cub and jaguar cubs.
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