What is the biggest zoo in Texas?



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    The zoo in San Antonio, Texas is considered one of the bigger and most diversified zoos in the world. It encompasses over 35 acres and has 3,500 animals over 600 species.

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    The biggest zoo in Texas is the Dallas zoo, covering 95 acres of land! The Dallas Zoo was founded in 1888, making it not only the largest but the first zoo founded in Texas also.

    Even the zoo’s entrance is huge (due to the large giraffe sculpture in front): 67 and a half feet tall!

    The Dallas Zoo possesses what it has in quality what it has in quantity as well; it is widely known for its outstanding children’s zoo, and Gorilla Conservation Research Center.

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    PatriciaPham is right, but the Dallas Zoo is even larger with 106 acres, thanks to the addition of the Giants of the Savanna, which opened May 2011. The savanna is a new 11-acre habitat for elephants, giraffes, lions, cheetahs, ostriches, impalas, zebras, warthogs, red river hogs, and guineafowl.

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