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Brownsville, Texas
Aquarium, Arboretum, Children's, Zoo
Over 1,500 mammals, birds, reptiles, invertebrates, fish and amphibians live in this lushly planted sub-tropical zoo and botanical garden. Emphasis is placed on creating a "survival center" for rare and endangered species. The multi-million dollar facility was built, stocked, staffed and then given to the citizens of South Texas in 1971 by the Earl C. Sams Foundation. Numerous awards have been bestowed on the Gladys Porter Zoo for the breeding of rare and difficult species.
Peoria, Illinois
Zoo
Lodi, California
Children's, Nature Centers, Science, Zoo
This living snake and reptile musuem features exotic snakes, tortoises, lizards, frogs, and spiders in natural habitat exhibits. It is also a captive snake breeding facility where visitors can learn about the breeding process. The museum also has a store where snakes and reptiles and more can be purchased.
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