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A Day at the Zoo Image Gallery

About 2,800 animals and 435 different species currently make up the zoo's collection of animals.
ID Number : 21136
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Animal Photo Library of the National Zoo

The Animal Photo Library is a new online collection of images from the National Zoo in Washington, D.C. Currently, only a few mammals photos are available of gorillas, orangutans,pandas, bears, and red wolves. The site looks very promissing, and should cover many more species in the future.
ID Number : 5407
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Baltimore Zoo

The Baltimore Zoo is a wild and wonderful 161-acre park that educates and entertains more than 600,000 visitors each year. It offers experiences that cannot be found anywhere else, rare encounters with lions, tigers, elephants, and more than 2,000 other amazing creatures. Where else can you meet a chimpanzee face-to-face, watch a polar bear do the back stroke, or roar like a lion-and hear him roar back! The Zoo is an important vehicle for education and conservation efforts critical to the preservation of our wild earth. Every day, we strive to achieve understanding and appreciation of the animals and habitats with which we share our planet-by providing hands-on, minds-on adventures for explorers of all ages, and leading conservation projects in Maryland, and around the world.
Druid Hill Park
Baltimore, MD 21217
Tel: (410) 396-7102 Fax: (410) 396-6464


ID Number : 16204
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Catoctin Wildlife Preserve

Get close to over 350 exotic animal on 35 beautiful acres. Admission rates, events, parties, animal adoptions, group rates, overnight adventures, memberships, volunteer information available.
13019 Catoctin Furnace Rd.
Thurmont, MD 21788
Tel: 301.271.3180


ID Number : 16206
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Luray Reptile Center

Reptile Center, Petting Zoo and Dinosaur Park in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia featuring native and exotic snakes and animals. A gift shop and picnic tables are also on the grounds.
1087 US Hwy 211 West
Luray, VA 22835
Tel : (540) 743-4113


ID Number : 16209
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National Aquarium in Baltimore

Evenings are the ideal time to explore the Aquarium this summer! From July 1 through August 31, the Aquarium celebrates Aquarium Nights, lengthening its hours and selling tickets until 8 p.m. every day. Once inside the building, visitors can linger until 10 p.m., enjoying more than 10,000 Aquarium creatures. Included in the admission price are the dolphin show, Coastal Connections: Dolphins at Our Shores, and the spectacular new aquatic and terrestrial exhibit: Amazon River Forest.
ID Number : 9402
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National Aquarium, Washington

Situated in the basement of the U.S. Department of Commerce Building, it is the nation's oldest aquarium, established in 1873 and at its present location since 1932. There are 50 tanks containing over 200 species of salt and fresh water fish, including piranha, shark, eel, and Japanese carp; also some endangered species.
14th Street and Constitution Avenue NW
Department of Commerce Building
Washington, DC
Tel : 202.482-2825



ID Number : 16208
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Pandas at the National Zoo

From Smithsonian National Zoo giant panda curator, Lisa Stevens "Each morning, when Tian Tian and Mei Xiang wake up and are put together, they greet each other happily-sniffing, wrestling, and chasing for a few minutes before settling down to eat breakfast. Occasionally, they have a friendly tug-of-war over a piece of choice bamboo.
ID Number : 16207
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Salisbury Zoological Park

The Salisbury Zoo, located in Salisbury, Maryland, was officially born in 1954 when some animals were placed on permanent exhibition in the City Park. The zoo's present form resulted from improvements made in the 1970's. The zoo now provides naturalistic enclosures for almost 500 species native to North, Central and South America.
Tel: (410) 548-3188 Fax: (410) 860-0919
ID Number : 16205
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