Welcome to my Concrete Jungle!
We have some new exciting animals we brought in to our zoo..
Crocodiles, ducks, and elephants...
Monday - Friday 7:00am -8:00pm
Saturday and Sunday 8:00am - 10:00pm
Zoos protect against a species going extinct.
A good number of species only exist in captivity and still more only exist in the wild because they have been reintroduced from zoos, or the wild populations have been boosted by captive bred animals.
- A zoo is a place where all types of animals are confined and displayed for the public to see.Zoos give people an opportunity to observe animals they would never otherwise get the chance to see.
- In many zoos the animals are also studied and bred
- . There are hundreds of zoos all over the world, but the first zoo was called the Ménagerie du Jardin des Plantes. It was founded in Paris in 1794.London founded the Zoological Society of London in 1828, and the name was abbreviated to “zoo.”
A zoo, also known as a zoological park or zoological garden, is a place where animals are confined within enclosures for the public to view. Many zoos also breed the animals. There are currently over 1,000 large animal collections open to the public – 80% of them in major cities.
how to get into the zoo -
1. Order your ticket online
2. Come to front drive in and show me your pass
3. Park at your spot we give you
4. Then walk through the gate and show your confiratioon pass i give you at the drive in
The model of the modern, public zoo became popular in 18th century, during the Age of Enlightenment. The Age of Enlightenment was a period in European history when science, reason, and logic were promoted as ideals of society and government. The scientific focus of the Age of Enlightenment extended to zoology.
More information about our zoo: https://www.fws.gov/refuge/sunkhaze_meadows/