Area in which animals, especially wild animals, are kept so that people can go and look at them, or study them.
It is the first specimen received by a North American zoological park.
A brief quarter-century ago, Colorado was a zoological park of grand scenery and big game.
In every well regulated zoological park, solitary confinement is regarded as an unhappy or intolerable condition.
Arnold said, This is a zoological park.
Every large zoological park is a school of wild-animal education and training; and it is literally a continuous performance.
In a well-regulated zoological park nearly every animal that has been caught when adult is a failure and a nuisance.
We assessed the presence and genetic diversity of C. perfringens in water sources in a zoological park located in Madrid (Spain).
The experts compared the winning picture to pictures of Ossian, a tame wolf that lives at a zoological park near Madrid called Canada Real.
In the short term the concern for conservationists is that the toads will spread to the Ivoloina zoological park and the important Betampona nature reserve.
Something like the long, black snout, as Bunny remembered once to have seen it on an alligator in a zoological park tank, rose into view.
The Malay Sambar Deer of the Zoological Park have one droll trait.
Grant and La Farge were pioneers in the New York Zoological Park movement.
Squirrel monkeys, Saimiri, are commonly found in zoological parks and used in biomedical research.
Also tells about the National Zoological Park created by act of Congress in 1889.
The Topeka Zoological Park in Kansas also has two elephants, females Tembo and Sunda.
Streaming out Via Aldrovandi, she raced around the edge of the Giardino Zoological Park.
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