The Dallas Zoo A statuesque bronze giraffe measuring 67-and-a-half-feet tall greets one and all as they enter the Dallas Zoo. This exciting attraction is home to a variety of wildlife, and it features exhibits like "Primate Place" and "Snout Route," which houses animals with distinctive noses like tapirs and anteaters. There is also a "Wilds of Africa" exhibit, which contains some 80 species of African animals. The facility houses approximately 8000 animals from some 380 different species. The Dallas Zoo is located on the South East side of downtown, right off of IH-35 east. Zoo area is nice with some shading spots and a train that provides nice views of the downtown skyline in addition to the animals.
The Dallas Zoo's 1-year-old giraffe died while under anesthesia during a routine physical exam, officials said Monday.African painted dogs arrive at the Dallas Zoo — the first in 57 years - Dallas News
For the first time in 57 years, the big-eared, lanky carnivores known as African painted dogs are back to the Dallas Zoo.On Wednesday morning, zoo...African Painted Dogs Return to Dallas Zoo After Nearly 60 Years - NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth
The newest arrivals at the Dallas Zoo are a species that hasn't called the zoo home in 57 years. Three African painted dogs will inhabit a space in the zoo's ...Dallas Zoo’s baby giraffe Witten dies - EastTexasMatters.com
DALLAS, Texas (KETK) – The Dallas Zoo has announced the death of 1-year-old giraffe Witten. The zoo made the announcement in a Facebook post Monday, ...