I've wondered for a while what zoo in the world has the honour of being graced by the most Zoochat members. On this site, there are a few zoos that are covered thoroughly but often they are not the most popular with the general public and vice versa. As we close in on 10,000 (9,649 as I type this) members, it'd be interesting to find out which zoo has been visited by the most members and what sort of circumstances influence this. Some of the factors that come immediately to my mind could be: >Collection - A unique or rare species might attract more Zoochatters than would entice an average visitor. Small collections with a few noteworthy specimens (e.g. RSCC in its heydey) might be higher on this list than a poll of the general public. >Location and Accessibility - Zoos that are out of the way or hard to reach by public transport aren't going to get as many visitors that are passing by and will rely on people going out of their way to visit. Additionally, zoos in popular transit cities might get visitors who've taken an extended stopover than a zoo in a city that has to be travelled to. >Locality of Zoochatters - The UK, USA, Australia, and a few other European countries seem to make up most of the traffic on this website so I wouldn't be surprised if any Asian, African, and South American zoos don't make it. I've tried to stick to the zoos that I think are likely candidates but definitely suggest more and I'd love to hear what other factors you think would determine this.