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  1. Smaggledagle

    Smaggledagle Well-Known Member

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    The Florida International Teaching Zoo is a facility located in Sumer County, Florida. It boasts the largest troop of patas monkeys in the Americas as well as other species such as spotted hyena, jaguar, emu, broad-snouted caiman, nene goose, cottontop tamarin, owl monkey, blue-billed teal, African crested porcupine, Lady Amherst pheasant, and Mandarin duck.

    On June 4th, 2021, the zoo announced that they have acquired (1.1) crested partridges from an undisclosed facility and will be located in the zoo's aviary.

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    On November 13th, the zoo announced that their (1.0) red kangaroo named Tony has passed away due to natural causes. The zoo is not acquiring another one anytime soon.

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    Smaggledagle Well-Known Member

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    On April 15th, 2022, the zoo announced they have acquired (1.1) western swamphens as well as a (0.0.1) white peafowl and are located in the zoo's aviary.

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