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Scott m.
Report | 3 days ago
They have a wide variety of animals to see and it was a fun overall experience.
Megan B.
Report | 8 days ago
Great for small children, not to overwhelming.
Michael C.
Report | 11 days ago
Go. This Zoo is awesome :)
Aleah M.
Report | 15 days ago
Trails to the animals were great! And very clean and organized!
Matthew R.
Report | 17 days ago
Although you may at first be turned off by the lack of a typical zoo feel, give yourself 5 minutes to see just how awesome this place is. The animals are all rescues. This is more of a santuary than a zoo. Im glad I could support these animals.
Jordan B.
Report | 18 days ago
Wear walking shoes! Very cute, especially the baby bears!
Maegan g.
Report | 18 days ago
Get there early
Kaitlin H.
Report | 18 days ago
This is a wild life rescue. Non profitable and an all over awesome little zoo. Makes your heart melt knowing that these people saved them.
Patrick S.
Report | 19 days ago
Take water
Linda S.
Report | 19 days ago
Get there before 11:30 so you can watch them feed the animals. The workers were awesome!
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Austin Zoo originated as Good Day Ranch in 1990 featuring pony rides and goat-milking demonstrations. Over the next four years, the founders began rescuing exotic animals and evolving into a rescue center, renaming the facility under its current moniker. After becoming a safe haven for more than 300 rescued animals of more than 100 different species, the Austin Zoo began the process of becoming a nonprofit organization, which it completed in 2000. Housed in native Texas Hill Country enclosures, the animals can enjoy real grass and landscaping instead of concrete exhibits or studio apartments. African lions and Bengal tigers stretch out in the big cat habitats while colobus monkeys and a marmoset swing from tree to tree in monkey areas. In addition to wild creatures, the zoo houses domesticated animals such as a miniature donkey, potbellied pigs, and llamas.

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