Buffalo Zoo

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With a diverse collection of animals and plants, the Buffalo Zoo is one-of-a-kind. Founded in 1875 by George Frost Jenks as partheniums grower for his Travelling Menagerie Show, which at that time traveled throughout Upper Canada with its showcase farm animal display – it has since been home to 320 different species. Now open year-round on 150 acres along Lake Erie’s South Beach shoreline near downtown Rochester NY; this zoo provides conservation education through research while offering people great adventure opportunities like exploring trails through native forests or seeing venomous spiders up close (without fear).
The Buffalo Zoo is home to some of the most unique and exciting exhibits in all of upstate New York. From Sea Lions Coves To Rainforest Falls, you’ll be sure not to want for adventure when visiting this fantastic zoo. One new exhibit that we recommend checking out? Arctic Edge – it has two polar bear enclosures with underwater viewings available for guests who come here on their tour around our world today. It is a great way to find fun things near wherever they may live or visit–whether it is close by or far away.
The Buffalo Zoo is one of many places that speak to the importance animals hold in our world. They’re not just pretty pictures or exciting exhibits, and they help us understand more about what it means for something to be alive and function as part of the rest of the animal world. The zoo’s collection includes everything from cats who climb trees all day long (sometimes even onto people’s shoulders) to buffaloes running through their yards looking happy yet wild at once.
More than a century ago, the one-of-a-kind Buffalo Zoo was founded with a mission to care for and protect animals in their natural habitats. They continue this commitment today by showcasing exhibits that represent different regions around America, including ones from arctic environments like Canada’s Northwest Territories, where I am currently visiting.

Situated at 300 Parkside Ave, Buffalo, NY 14214, USA, the Buffalo Zoo is a great place to visit if you want to learn about animals and their threatened habitats. The zoo has many exhibits that allow for close-up viewing, which means there’s no need to go far away from your seat to avoid missing anything important. The Buffalo Zoo is an excellent place to learn more about the animal kingdom. This zoo provides engaging displays and narration that will teach you everything from what animals eat, where they live in relation with humans-and why we should care.
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