Philadelphia Zoo

Philadelphia Zoo

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The Philadelphia Zoo is located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The location features over 1300 animals. Other options include the following: dining, shopping, exhibits and other attractions. Dining options include: Smokehouse BBQ, Tiger Terrace, Philly Cheese Steak, and healthy options. If you love animals and beautiful landscape, then the Philadelphia Zoo is the right location to visit! There are several different types of animals which include the following: Most Endangered Animals, Reptiles, Amphibians, Birds, and Mammals. The Most Endangered Animals exhibit contains the following: the Amur leopard, the Bali-mynah, the Blue-eyed black lemur, the Chinese Alligator, the Guam rail bird, Micronesian Kingfisher birds, the Panamanian Golden frog, the American Alligator, and many others. Birds of Prey include: the Andean Condor, the Northern Bald Eagler, and the Turkey Vulture. Other exhibits and attractions include the following: the Amazon Rainforest Carousel, Lorikeet Encounters, the Draft Horse, Camel Safari, and Swan boats. These will all make your student group visit more memorable! The Philadelphia Zoo is a one-of-a-kind destination and a must-see during the trip to Pennsylvania. The Philadelphia Zoo offers educational exhibits and programs for your student group to enjoy. The exhibits are interactive and hands-on. There are indoor and outdoor activities. Indoor activities include: observing coral reef fish, beautiful butterflies, colorful parakeets, desert ants, and other interesting animals. Outdoor exhibit area includes a barnyard where the students can pet and brush some rare breeds of goats and sheep, meet free-ranging chickens, and also feed ducks, all while learning about animal characteristics, adaptations and behavior.