Located in the south of Dallas, the Dallas Zoo opened in 1888 and covers 106 acres. It is the oldest and largest zoo in Texas. It is a must-see tourist destination in Texas. There are 406 kinds of animals living in the zoo, more than 2000 animals, divided into two parts: Zoo North and Wildsof Africa! North Park is the most primitive and oldest part of the zoo. There are endangered tigers, such as Sumatran tigers and Indo-Chinese tigers. In addition, there are otters, Galapagos elephant turtles, black rhinos and so on. The African Wildlife Park opened in 1990 and lives entirely on African animals. It can visit all kinds of animals living in tropical rain forests, forests, mountains, rivers, deserts and shrubs in Africa. Visitors can see African penguins, chimpanzees, chimpanzees, baboons, gorillas, ostriches and so on in the African Wildlife Park. Visitors can take a monorail car in the mountain wilderness, waterfalls and streams, desert grasslands, forest and shrubs, and watch birds and animals! Looking at these lovely animals, people feel closer to nature!
The first impression of Dallas Zoo is a primitive and ancient zoo. There are many animals in it, and they all give people a very dynamic feeling. We can see the Tara tiger, Indo-Chinese tiger, otter, Galapagos elephant turtle, black rhino and so on. Here we can visit not only ordinary animals, but also tropical rain forests, forests, mountains and rivers living in Africa. Flow, desert and other animals. It's really worth recommending.
Good Zoo and alot to see but Ft. Worth Zoo is easily a better experience!
Was Fun and Neat
awesome plenty of animals
it go hard