The Gladys Porter Zoo is an oasis nestled in the center of Brownsville, Texas. With 26 acres of lush tropical plants and some 1,300 animals, the Gladys Porter Zoo is known for it's successes in breeding endangered species of wildlife. The Gladys Porter Zoo is owned by the City of Brownsville and is operated by the Board of Directors of the Valley Zoological Society. Gladys Porter provides a perfect break from the beach or visits to Mexico. We had a great time on our visit there.
BROWNSVILLE, Texas - A baby Pygmy hippo made its debut this month at Gladys Porter Zoo. It is an animal listed as endangered by the International Union for ...Gladys Porter Zoo introduces rare pygmy hippo to public - Monitor
BROWNSVILLE — Rio Grande Valley residents have a sure bet to see one of the world's most elusive and hard-to-study animals on the planet at the Gladys ...Baby hippo makes debut at Gladys Porter Zoo - KVEO-TV
BROWNSVILLE, Texas - The public can now get its first glimpse of a new baby at the Glady's Porter Zoo in Brownsville.Pygmy hippo makes a splash at Texas zoo - Austin American-Statesman
A new baby of one of the world's most elusive animals made its debut at a zoo in the Rio Grande Valley, according to The Brownsville Herald.An unnamed ...Meanwhile, in Texas: A 14-Year-Old Tortoise Was Stolen From the Brownsville Zoo - Texas Monthly
Police arrested a man who allegedly stole a fourteen-year-old tortoise from the Gladys Porter Zoo, in Brownsville. While walking along the shore on Padre Island ...