According to a Web site for the zoo that was set up in conjunction with the 2008 Olympic games, the Beijing Zoo has “more than 600 types of animal species and more than 7, 000 populations of animals.”
Currently the Beijing Zoo has over 7,000 animals of about 600 different species in all. They have expanded and developed in the past few decades-when the People’s Republic of China was founded in 1949, the park only contained 12 monkeys, two parrots, and an emu as the extent of their animal selection! Expanded in 1987, the zoo now covers an area of about 40,000 square meters. Some of the more notable animals that now live in the Beijing Zoo are the Giant Panda and Red-Crowned Crane from China, giraffe and rhinoceros from Africa, and gibbon from India.
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