Louisville Zoo. Go wild among the animals. Local fun for the whole family.

Louisville Zoo. Go wild among the animals. Local fun for the whole family.

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The Louisville Zoo is celebrating new residents. The little penguin species are part of the new Penguin Cove exhibit.

The Louisville Zoo is celebrating new residents. The little penguin species are part of the new Penguin Cove exhibit.

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Louisville, KY - Opened in 1969, the Louisville Zoo currently exhibits more than 1,700 animals on 134 acres of natural settings representing geographical areas, specific habitat types or special education areas including: Glacier Run, Africa, Islands, New World Exhibits (North, Central and South America), Australian Outback, the HerpAquarium and the Metazoo Education Center.

Louisville, KY - Opened in 1969, the Louisville Zoo currently exhibits more than 1,700 animals on 134 acres of natural settings representing geographical areas, specific habitat types or special education areas including: Glacier Run, Africa, Islands, New World Exhibits (North, Central and South America), Australian Outback, the HerpAquarium and the Metazoo Education Center.

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-Louisville Zoo, wild animals do NOT belong in Zoo's.  If things keep getting worse it might be the only place they can survive?  Sooo sad!!

-Louisville Zoo, wild animals do NOT belong in Zoo's. If things keep getting worse it might be the only place they can survive? Sooo sad!!

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Photo taken at the Louisville Zoo (KY) by Lori A. Moore http://www.LoriBooks.com

Photo taken at the Louisville Zoo (KY) by Lori A. Moore http://www.LoriBooks.com

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Thelma the snake confused then astounded her keepers. This 6m long  python had spent four years alone in Louisville zoo in the US, without ever having met a male of her species. But, somehow, she laid over 61 eggs, producing six healthy babies. Photo Credit ~ Kyle Shepherd.

Thelma the snake confused then astounded her keepers. This 6m long python had spent four years alone in Louisville zoo in the US, without ever having met a male of her species. But, somehow, she laid over 61 eggs, producing six healthy babies. Photo Credit ~ Kyle Shepherd.

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Mia Moja, a 27-year-old gorilla living at Louisville Zoo, died hours after she was rushed into an emergency c-section. Her baby is stable.

Mia Moja, a 27-year-old gorilla living at Louisville Zoo, died hours after she was rushed into an emergency c-section. Her baby is stable.

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