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  1. Simon Hampel

    Simon Hampel Administrator Staff Member

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    Here is a list of the zoos, aquariums etc I've visited - post your list in a reply.

    • Adelaide Zoo, Adelaide, SA, Australia
    • Monarto Zoo, Monarto, SA, Australia
    • Taronga Zoo, Mosman, NSW, Australia
    • Ocean World Manly, Manly, NSW, Australia (back when it was the Manly Aquarium)
    • Western Plains Zoo, Dubbo, NSW, Australia
    • Mogo Zoo, Mogo, NSW, Australia
    • The Australian Reptile Park, Somersby, NSW, Australia
    • Melbourne Zoo, Royal Park, Victoria, Australia
    • Healesville Sanctuary, Healesville, Victoria, Australia
    • National Zoo and Aquarium, Yarralumla, ACT, Australia
    • Australia Zoo, Beerwah, QLD, Australia
    • Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, Currumbin, QLD, Australia
    • Sea World, Gold Coast, QLD, Australia
    • Underwater World, Mooloolaba, QLD, Australia
    • ReefHQ, Townsville, QLD, Australia
    • Auckland Zoo, Auckland, New Zealand
    • Singapore Zoo, Singapore
    • Night Safari, Singapore
    • Jurong Bird Park, Singapore
    • Sentosa Underwater World, Singapore
    • Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens, Hong Kong
    • Ocean Park, Hong Kong

    I think that's all of them - I'll add some more if I think of them.
     
  2. asy

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    Hiya Sim, here's my list...


    • Melbourne Zoo, Royal Park, Victoria, Australia... Which was my 'home zoo' before I moved to BNE... Been there many many times.
    • Adelaide Zoo, Adelaide, SA, Australia, once, when I was priveleged enough to see 'inside' the bird exhibit. They have fantastic birds there.
    • Taronga Zoo, Mosman, NSW, Australia, Once, gee, they are right about 'start at the top and work down...'
    • Healesville Sanctuary, Healesville, Victoria, Australia, Love this one too, all Aussie animals.
    • Australia Zoo, Beerwah, QLD, Australia, Steve has done a good job.
    • Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, Currumbin, QLD, Australia, when I was about 15.
    • Sea World, Gold Coast, QLD, Australia, Last year with the kids.
    • Werribbe Park Zoo, Werribee, Australia, Fantastic Zoo, used to take the kids for a ride on the zoo bus on weekends... Love those Giraffes..
    • Moscow Zoo, Moscow, Russia, (in 1987) I cried and cried about how poorly the animals were treated.

      Plus lots of private aquariums and Bird collections which could be described as zoos... :)


    asy :D
     
  3. jahn

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    Hi sim
    My list is a bit (read , lot) shorter than your list, but enjoyed them at the time.
    Taronga Park - many times
    Currumbin Bird Sanctuary - many times
    Quite a few smaller displays over the years that probably don't even exist now.
    Problem is, the 'kids' are now older so we stopped going :confused: BUT we now have a grand daughter :D so we have a good excuse to start over again.
    jahn
     
  4. ABCDiamond

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    My list is:

    Taronga Zoo, NSW, Australia, I've been there twice and it is a long walk around.

    Sea World, QLD, Australia, Been once, but it looks like a second visit will be this Christmas.

    mmmm Other than that, I went to the London Zoo many years ago.

    Looking at the list of zoos is very interesting, I didnt know there were so many. :)
     
  5. Pitt_St

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    My list is even shorter:

    - National Zoo and Aquarium (Canberra) on several occasions

    - Sydney Aquarium (Darling Harbour) once - but my partner and I are now Aqua Club members so we can (and we intend to) visit often at no cost.

    I would really like to see Western Plains Zoo in Dubbo.

    MB
     
  6. Simon Hampel

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    Do it !

    I can highly recommend it.

    If you can, consider staying at ZooFari Lodge - you get access to the zoo over two days, meals provided, behind the scenes tours (the best bit !), and you sleep in a safari tent (with heated terazzo tile floors !) so close to the lions, you can hear them snoring.
     
  7. Simon Hampel

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    Okay, I can add a few more to the list now...

    • Perth Zoo, Perth, WA, Australia
    • Werribee Open Range Zoo, Werribee, VIC, Australia
    • Wellington Zoo, Wellington, New Zealand
    • Cleland Conservation Park, Adelaide Hills, SA, Australia
    • Adelaide Zoo, Adelaide, SA, Australia
    • Monarto Zoo, Monarto, SA, Australia
    • Taronga Zoo, Mosman, NSW, Australia
    • Ocean World Manly, Manly, NSW, Australia (back when it was the Manly Aquarium)
    • Western Plains Zoo, Dubbo, NSW, Australia
    • Mogo Zoo, Mogo, NSW, Australia
    • The Australian Reptile Park, Somersby, NSW, Australia
    • Melbourne Zoo, Royal Park, Victoria, Australia
    • Healesville Sanctuary, Healesville, Victoria, Australia
    • National Zoo and Aquarium, Yarralumla, ACT, Australia
    • Australia Zoo, Beerwah, QLD, Australia
    • Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, Currumbin, QLD, Australia
    • Sea World, Gold Coast, QLD, Australia
    • Underwater World, Mooloolaba, QLD, Australia
    • ReefHQ, Townsville, QLD, Australia
    • Auckland Zoo, Auckland, New Zealand
    • Singapore Zoo, Singapore
    • Night Safari, Singapore
    • Jurong Bird Park, Singapore
    • Sentosa Underwater World, Singapore
    • Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens, Hong Kong
    • Ocean Park, Hong Kong

    Other local zoos I still haven't been to and would like to:

    • Warrawong Earth Sanctuary, Adelaide Hills, SA, Australia
    • Alma Park Zoo, Brisbane, QLD, Australia
    • Sydney Aquarium, Darling Harbour, NSW, Australia
    • Warner Bros Movie World, Gold Coast, QLD, Australia
     
  8. Nigel

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    zoo list

    As I like to travel , and like to visit zoos , here is my list ;
    Auckland zoo
    Hamilton zoo
    Kiwi house , Otorohanga , NZ ( this is more of a bird sanctuary )
    NZ National aquiriam ( Napier )
    Marineland , Napier
    Mt Bruce sanctuary --- NZ
    Wellington zoo
    Nga Manu bird sanctuary , Waikanae , NZ
    Staglands , Akatarawa , NZ
    A large aquiriam in downtown Christchurch ( its name eludes me )
    Orana Park , Christchurch
    Taronga Park zoo
    Koala park , Sydney
    Eric Worrells Reptile park ( at its previous location )
    Featherdale , near Bankstown
    Warragamba ( now closed )
    Perth zoo
    Melbourne zoo
    Healesville ( near Melbourne )
    Alma Park , Brisbane
    Australia zoo , Beerwah
    Currimbin sanctuary , Gold Coast
    Singapore zoo
    Jurong bird park , Singapore
    Malacca/Melaka zoo , Malaysia
    Taiping zoo , Malaysia
    Kuala Krai zoo , Malaysia ( dont go to this one -- it needs to close down for the sake of the animals )
    Sepilok Orag utan sanctuary , Borneo
    Seoul zoo , Korea
    San Diego zoo
    Sea World san Diego
    San Francisco zoo
    Houston zoo
    National zoo , Washington DC
    A Safari Park near Springfield , MO
    Seattle aquiriam , Seattle
    New England aquiriam , Boston
    Kelly Tarltons , Auckland , NZ

    Howzat
     
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  9. asy

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    Went there today!

    Will post some photos when I resize them...

    asy :D
     
  10. patrick

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    my zoo review...

    okay and heres mine.....

    AUSTRALIA
    Melbourne Zoo - biggest and most diverse animal collection in australia. at least half of the entire zoo is redeveloped under the zoo's masterplan.

    Werribee Open Range Zoo - great infrustructure and exhibit design there, a good blend of safari tour and walking trails. love the african floodplain, but it just needs more exhibits you can see at yur own pace.

    Healesville Sanctuary - Overseas tourists just love this zoo! needs a new reptile house though.

    Taronga Zoo - potentially the most attractive zoo in the world, but i think they suffer from "mock rock" syndrome and are lagging behind a bit on the modernising.

    INDOCHINA
    Saigon Zoo - melbourne zoo are trying to help this place get on its feet. personally id'e try and close it down. suffers from uninspired, lazy staff (though they are probably paid a pittence) and some of the most shameful cages i've ever seen. impressive collection, but many of the animals are neglected and unwell. worst zoo i've ever been to.

    Endangered Primate Rescue Centre (EPRC) - considering vietnam has so many critically endangered endemic primates it is heartwarming to see something so positive is being done about it. located inside cuc phong national park, the EPRC rescues rare langurs, gibbons and loris' (not macaques) and slowly pairs them up for breeding with other members of the same species. although the cages are pretty uninspiring, the animals get absolute expert care from a dedicated team of foriegn and vietnamese keepers. their is also two very large semi-wild fenced in sections of jungle where they attempt to condition some of the more successfully bred animals back into the wild. you may only visit with a guide and are not allowed to make much noise or get close to the cages. among the inhabitants are all three species of douc langur (though the black shanked has no girlfriend at the moment and mated with a grey-shanked instead!) and the world's rarest monkey - the cat ba langur. only 50 are throught to survive on cat ba island in vietnams north and (un)fortunately both a male and female were brought into the centre within months of eachother. the pair successfully produced one male offspring and then the male got bitten by a snake and died!! at the time of visiting the infant was still very small and i was told that as the centre hopes another is never brought in they will either try to breed mother and son (a very short -term solution) or try to teach the pair to live in the wild again. fantastic place with the most gorgeous monkeys i have ever seen.

    Chang Mai Zoo - this is an absolutely huge zoo, built on a massive forested mountaintop and most (seals and penguins excluded) animals are in very large, green encolsures. you often require the services of a bus to get around. would have liked to have seen the gibbons in better enclosures and this zoo could be awesome if it had some good management and creativeness injected into it. it is however, one of the only zoos in the world with a pair of giant pandas!!!

    Dusit Zoo - bangkok's main zoo, green and shady, dusit unfortunately has a bit of a fairground experience attatched to it. lots of noise pollution blasts around you in what could otherwise be an okay zoo. much improvemnts since my first visit, most of the animals i was concerend about now have new, spacious encosures. they have some pretty rare animals there such as red-shanked douc langurs, so i wish they would just lose the noisy fairground in the park!! great bird collection.

    INDIAN SUB-CONTINENT

    Darjeeling Zoo - set high up in the indian himalayas, i was positively supprised at the good care the animals at this zoo recieved. focusing entirely on himalayan fauna (with the exception of some gorgeous siberian tigers in a massive enclosure) it is also the home of the snow leopard breeding centre. the cats enjoy the priavcy of very large, forested cages and the program is quite sucessful. among the breeding sucess' are an awfully large colony of nepalese red pandas. i only wish some orginisation would sponser this zoo, the staff seemed very dedicated and the animals are well looked after in a country that has some shocking cases of animal cruelty. among the small collection are mountain ungulates, black bears, tibetian wolves, leopards and birds.

    Dehiwala Zoo - okay here was a supprise. who would have throught the war-torn country of sri lanka would have one of the best zoos in asia? back in the days of gerald durell, this zoo was quite world famous for its elephant presentations (including the most elegant pair of africans i have ever seen). it also runs the pinawalla elephant orphanage (actually an amazing free-range breeding and rescue centre for some 60-odd sri lankan elephants) and has an outstanding collection and many decent exhibits. the downside is, i think this zoo has too many animals. you often find repeats of the same species, leopards and sloth bears for example, and whilst some members of a species live in a renovated exhibit, others pace it out in old-style bear pits and concrete boxes. someone needs to take some of these guys off their hands! supprisingly the orangutans, so often neglected in zoos had an exhibit better than the one at taronga!

    SOUTH AMERICA
    Forest of Science - though tecnically not a zoo, this tiny remnant patch of rainforest left in the middle of the amazonian city of manaus has effectively become just that. they do however have some animals enclosed and being cared for among them, (my purpose for visiting) the most beautiful little creatures i have ever seen - amazonian manatees. the centre here has three good sized pools for caring for the orphaned and rescued sea cows (they have at least 10 tiny little ophaned calves we bottle-fed there at the time of visiting) and have recently bred them for the first time in captivity. a lot of research goes into studying the animals. as well as heaps of wild free-ranging agouti, macaws, toucans and monkeys, they care for a small group of giant otters in a series of pens.

    Buenos Aires Zoo - this zoo tries hard but it is really quite dull indeed. the worst exhibits are actually some of the newest and suffer from a serous lack of creativeness in design. the brand new and overcrowded seal pool is absolutely tiny. the equally new reptile house features badly lit, filthy, anattractive enclosures and the whole zoo is doing nothing exciting with its gardens whatsoever. for a zoo that appears to have a fair amount of money it such a shame to see it wasted on such badly designed new exhibits. needs a makeover. totally unmemorable.

    id'e love to visit more australian zoos, in particular western plains, i hear thats awesome.
     
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  11. Simon Hampel

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    Fascinating descriptions of some of those zoos, Patrick ... you certainly get around !
     
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    my zoo visits

    the zoos and wildlife parks that i have been to are...
    taronga zoo
    western plains zoo
    the australian reptile park
    currumbin sanctuary qld
    mogo zoo
    sydney aquarium
    the 'australian wildlife park' before wonderland closed
    seaworld qld
    dreamworld qld
    london zoo
    london aquarium
    edinburgh zoo
    woborn safari park
    whipsnade wild animal park
     
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  13. ZooMania

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    Heres my list even if this thread hasnt been used for 2 years

    Chester Zoo
    London Zoo
    Welsh Mountain Zoo
    Jersey Zoo
    Folly Farm
    Animalarium at Borth
    Colchester Zoo
    Knowsley Safari Park
    Longleat safari Park
    West Middlands Safari Park
    Twycross Zoo
    Dartmoor Wildlife Park
    Marwell Zoo
    Bristol Zoo
    Zoo de Vinecces
    Dublin Zoo
    Fota Wildlife Park
    Belfast Zoo
    Chessington Zoo
    Howletts Wild Animal Park
    Port Lymphe Wild Animal Park
    Blue Planet Aquarium
    Whipsnade Wild Animal Park
    Africa Alive!
    Costwold Wildlife Park
    Woburn Safari Park
     
  14. Writhedhornbill

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    My zoo list:

    Chester
    Blackbrook
    London
    Jeresey
    Twycross
    Harewood bird garden
    Lotherton hall
    San diego zoo
    Los angeles zoo
    Monterey bay aquarium
    Zurich zoo
    Paris zoo
    Lille zoo
    Parc paradisio
    Antwerp zoo
    Basel zoo
    Amazon world
    Flamingo park (isle of wight)
    Flamingo land (theme park)
    Edinburgh zoo
    Blue planet aquarium
    The Deep
    Several sea life centres
    Martin mere WWT centre
    Washington WWT centre
    Knowsley safari park
    West midlands safari park
    Longleat

    I think/hope that that's all of them.
     
  15. Bongo

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    Europe

    Edinburgh
    Highland Wildlife Park
    Chester
    Bristol
    Blackpool
    Colchester
    Paignton
    London
    Marwell
    Dartmoor Wildlife Park
    Porfell Wildlife Park
    Longleat
    Blair Drummond Safari park
    Dublin
    Berlin
    Jersey
    Paris
    Berlin
    Cologne
    Amsterdam
    Rotterdam
    Burgers
    Amersfoort
    Antwerp

    USA
    San Francisco
    San Diego
    Bronx
    Central Park
    Disney Animal Kingdom
    Busch Gardens
    Seaworld San Diego
    Seaworld Orlando
     
  16. jwer

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    Artis, Amsterdam, NL
    Avifauna, Alphen a/d Rijn, NL
    Blijdorp, Rotterdam, NL
    Emmen Zoo, Emmen, NL
    Apenheul, Apeldoorn, NL
    Serpo, Delft, NL
    Sealife Scheveningen, Scheveningen, NL
    AquaZoo Friesland, Leeuwarden, NL
    Wissel Zoo, epe, NL
    Burger's Dierenpark, Arnhem, NL
    Ouwehands Dierenpark, Rhenen, NL
    Dolphinarium Harderwijk, Harderwijk, NL
    Amersfoort Zoo, Amersfoort, NL
    Iguana, Vlissingen, NL

    Barcelona Zoo, Barcelona, ES
    Barcelona Aquarium, Barcelona, ES

    Edinburgh Zoo, Edinburgh, SC
    London Zoo, London, EN

    Antwerpen Zoo, Antwerp, BE
    Aquatopia, Antwerp, BE

    Cologne Zoo, Cologne, GE
    Duisburg Zoo, Duisburg, GE
    Dortmund Zoo, Dortmund, GE

    Zoo Dvur Kralové nad Labem, Kralové, CZ
    Zoo Praha, Prague, CZ
    Liberec Zoo, Liberec, CZ
    Aquarium, Hradec Kralové, CZ
     
  17. Chris79

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    Good topic to revive! I've included public aquaria in my list

    UK

    Birmingham Nature Centre*
    Blue Planet Aquarium
    Chessington Zoo
    Chester Zoo
    Cotswold Wildlife Park
    Cricket St Thomas Wildlife Park
    Drayton Manor Zoo
    Dudley Zoo
    Edinburgh Zoo
    London Aquarium
    London Zoo
    Marwell Zoo
    National Sea Life Centre, Birmingham
    Newquay Zoo
    Paignton Zoo
    Twycross Zoo
    Welsh Mountain Zoo
    West Midlands Safari Park
    Woburn Safari Park
    WWT Slimbridge

    Europe

    Barcelona Aquarium, Spain
    Branfrere, France
    Oceanapolis, France
    Prague Zoo, Czech Republic
    Salzburg Natural History Museum, Austria (has a fascinating reptile house)Scheveningen Sea Life Centre, Holland
    St Malo Aquarium, France
    Zoo Zurich, Switzerland

    Americas

    Busch Gardens, USA
    Santiago Zoo, Chile
    Seaworld Orlando, USA

    *I used to go to Birmingham Nature Centre often as a kid. Back then it housed mainly native or once-native fauna, including owls, red squirrels, beavers, otters, ravens, fallow deer, lynx and wolf. These days it appears to be changing to a collection of more exotic endangered species such as red pandas, lemurs, cranes, Pere David deer and the ubiquitous meerkats and short-clawed otters.
     
  18. ^Chris^

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    ZSL London Zoo x3
    Chester Zoo xlots
    Twycross Zoo x1
    Blackpool Zoo x2
    Edinburgh Zoo x1
    Linton Zoo x1
    Bristol Zoo x1

    Longleat Safari Park x1
    Flamingo Land Theme Park and Zoo x1

    Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens
    Lotherton Hall Bird Gardens
    Harewood House Bird Gardens
    Sewerby Hall Zoo
    Riber Castle (now closed)

    Boughton-On-The-Water Birdland
    Slimbridge Wildfowl and Wetland Trust
    Tropical World, Leeds
    Natureland Seal Sanctuary, Skegness
    Sealife Centres- Newcastle, Blackpool, Great Yarmouth, Scarborough + others
    The Deep
    Butterfly Houses- Stratford Upon Avon, Pila Palace, + others.
    Plus various farms, small aquariums and more falconry centres than you could shake a stick at.

    Europe
    Mundomar, Benidorm, SPAIN.
     
  19. bongorob

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    Here's my list. I've visited 81 collections, all in the UK. I never realised I had been to so many.

    Arundel Wildfowl Trust
    Battersea Park Zoo
    Beale Wildlife Park
    Belle Vue Zoo [closed]
    Birmingham Nature Centre
    Birmingham Sea Life Centre
    Birdland, Bourton-on-the Water [not the original one]
    Birdland, Farnham, Surrey
    Blackbrook Zoo
    Blackpool Sea Life Centre
    Blackpool Tower Zoo [closed]
    Blackpool Zoo
    Blue Planet Aquarium, Ellesmere Port
    Bournemouth Oceanarium
    Brean Down Bird Gardens
    Bridgmere Wildlife Park [closed]
    Brighton Sea Life Centre
    Bristol Zoo
    Cheddar Aquarium [closed]
    Chessington Zoo
    Chestnut Centre, Derbyshire
    Chester Zoo
    Colchester Zoo
    Conway Butterfly Farm
    Cotswold Wildlife Park
    Crystal Palace Zoo [closed]
    Desford Tropical Bird Gardens
    Drayton Manor Park and Zoo
    Dudley Zoo
    Edinburgh Zoo
    Falconry Centre, Newent
    Flamingoland
    Glasgow Zoo
    Guernsey Aquarium
    Hamerton Zoo
    Hastings Underwater World*
    Hawk Conservancy
    Haworth Zoo [closed] probably the worst place I ever visited
    Hillside Bird Oasis [closed to the public]
    Howletts Zoo
    Jersey Zoo
    Knowsley Safari Park
    Living Coasts, Torquay
    Llanerch Deer Park, St Asaph [closed]
    London Aquarium
    London Zoo
    Longleat Safari Park
    Martin Mere Wildfowl Trust
    Marwell Zoo
    Matlock Bath Aquarium [closed]
    Midland Bird Garden, Bridgnorth [closed]
    Morecambe Marineland [closed]
    Norfolk Wildlife Park [closed]
    Plymouth National Marine Aquarium
    Port Lympne Zoo
    Portsmouth Blue Reef Aquarium*
    Rhyl Dolphinarium [closed]
    Rhyl Ocean World [closed]
    Rhyl Seaquarium*
    Riber Castle Zoo [closed]
    Rode Tropical Bird Gardens [closed]
    Scarborough Sea Life Centre
    Scarborough Zoo [closed]
    Skegness Zoo
    Slimbridge Wildfowl Trust
    South Lakes Wildlife Park
    Southend Sealife Adventure*
    Southport Zoo
    Stratford-upon-Avon Butterfly Farm
    The Palms, Stapeley
    Trentham Monkey Forest
    Tynemouth Blue Reef Aquarium*
    Twycross Zoo
    Underwater World, Farnham, Surrey
    Welsh Mountain Zoo, Colwyn Bay
    Weston-Super-Mare Aquarium [closed]
    Weston-Super-Mare Seaquarium*
    Weymouth Sea Life Park*
    Whipsnade Zoo
    Winged World, Heysham

    * formerly Sea Life Centres
     
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  20. Rookeyper

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    Here's a reply fropm the US:
    Australia:

    Australia Zoo
    Currumbin
    Dreamworld
    Seaworld Qld.
    Sydney Aquarium
    Taronga

    Europe:

    Artis
    Appenheul
    Avifauna
    Blijdorp
    Ouwehands
    Safari Beeksebergen
    Wissel

    US
    Montgomery, Alabama
    Reid Park, Tucson, Arizona
    Arizona Sonora Desert Museum
    San Diego Zoo
    San Diego Wild Animal Park
    Seaworld San Diego
    Cheyenne Mountain Zoo
    Denver, Colorado
    Mystic Aquarium, Mystic, Connecticut
    Atlanta Georgia
    Brookfield Zoo, Chicago
    Lincoln Park, Chicago
    Shedd Aquarium, Chicago
    Henson Robinson Zoo, Springfield Zoo, Illinois
    Fort Wayne Children's Zoo, Indiana
    Indianapolis Zoo
    Potowatomi Zoo, Southbend Indiana
    Kentucky Down Under
    Louisville Zoo
    Audubon Zoo, Louisiana
    Aquarium of the Americas
    Detroit Zoo
    Kansas City Zoo, Missouri
    Saint Louis Zoo
    Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo, Nebraska
    Burnett Park Zoo, Syracuse, NY
    Ross Park Zoo, New York
    Buffalo Zoo, New York
    Cleveland Zoo, Ohio
    Columbus Zoo, Ohio
    Cincinnati Zoo, Ohio
    Toledo Zoo, Ohio
    Oregon Zoo, Portland
    Pittsburgh Zoo, Pennsyvania
    Philadelphia Zoo, Pennsylvania
    Pittsburgh Aviary
    National Aquarium, Baltimore
    Riverbanks Zoo, South Carolina
    Knoxville Zoo, Tennessee
    Memphis Zoo, Tennessee
    Dallas Zoo
    Dallas World Aquarium
    Houston Zoo
    San Antonio Zoo
    Moody Gardesn, Galveston, Texas
    Seaworld, San Ntonio
    Woodland Park Zoo, Seattle
    Notrhwest Trek, Eatonville W
    Smithsonian National Zoological Park
    Good Zoo, West Virginia
    Henry Vilas Zoo, Madison, Wisconsin

    Probably a few more that no longer exist.

    Elaine Kirchner
     
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