Zoo in Seattle


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  • Woodland Park Zoo
    By the Numbers: Woodland Park Zoo 1899—the year it was founded 1 million visitors each year 92 acres 1,100 animals 300 distinct species 40 endangered species 17 threatened or vulnerable species 92,000 plants and trees
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    5500 Phinney Avenue North
    Seattle, WA US
  • Seattle Public Library
    One of six major American works by Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas, this library has the capacity to hold more than a million books. Feel free to explore via self-guided and docent-led tours, which include views of downtown Seattle from the 10th floor.
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    1000 4th Avenue
    Seattle, WA US
  • Cougar Mountain Zoo
    As strange as it may sound, at Cougar Mountain Zoo, you just might be greeted by a big cat purring. Cougars are among the largest cats capable of true purring, and Cougar Mountain Zoo boasts a distinct subspecies of these overgrown felines, which prowl all over the zoo's award-winning World of Cougars exhibit. Next to the mountain lions dwell their distant cousins, Bengal tigers, who sprawl out on the green grass or press their noses up to a thick wall of glass separating visitors from the wild animals. Other residents of the zoo include a barrel of endangered lemurs from Madagascar, a crowd of fluffy alpacas, and the country's largest herd of reindeer, who star in the annual Reindeer Festival and deliver presents to all the other animals. The zoo also boasts a collection of bronze animal statues, a library of wildlife tracks, and a museum that explores not only the world of wildlife, but also the threats they face from human incursion.
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    19525 SE 54th St
    Issaquah, WA US

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