Quick Answer: What Is The Largest Zoo In Texas?

Housing around 17,000 animals and considered to be the largest zoo in the world, Henry Doorly Zoo located in Nebraska was originally built in 1864.

It is also known to have the largest cat complex in the world and world’s largest indoor desert.

What’s the biggest zoo in Texas?

Texas Zoos

  • Dallas Zoo. Located just three miles south of Downtown Dallas, the Dallas Zoo sits on 106 acres and is the biggest and oldest zoo in the state.
  • Fort Worth Zoo.
  • San Antonio Zoo.
  • Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch.
  • Cameron Park Zoo.
  • Houston Zoo.
  • Austin Zoo.

What is the largest zoo in the United States?

America’s 10 Best Zoos

  1. San Diego Zoo: 3.2 million annual visitors.
  2. Lincoln Park Zoo: 3 million annual visitors.
  3. St.
  4. Columbus Zoo and Aquarium: 2.3 million annual visitors.
  5. Brookfield Zoo: 2.2 million visitors.
  6. Smithsonian National Zoological Park: 2.2 million visitors.
  7. Como Park Zoo and Conservatory: 2.2 million visitors.

Whats the largest zoo in the world?

San Diego Zoo

Does Texas have a zoo?

Fort Worth Zoo. It is the only zoo in the United States to display all four species of Great Ape, gorillas, orangutans, bonobos and chimpanzees. It’s also the only zoo in Texas with pygmy chimps. The zoo has one of the largest reptile collections.

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