Lake Superior Zoo, Duluth, Minnesota

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The animals at our zoo serve as ambassadors for their wild relatives, educating visitors about animal facts and helping conservationists protect wildlife around the world. You'll make connections with animals that might be living in your own backyard or from as far away as the land down under. As you walk the paths and peer into our naturalistic exhibits, be sure to notice the beauty of the majestic pines, a waterfall cascading into Kingsbury Creek, and the lush growth of wild flowers.

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Zoo Central & Griggs Learning Center Barnyard Australian Connection Northern Territories Polar Shores*
Lake Superior Zoo - Duluth, MN - Angolan Colobus
Primate Conservation Center Asian Caravan Nocturnal Building African Lion

*Polar Shores animals are off exhibit until further notice due to facility damage from the flood on June 20, 2012. Our Polar bear, Berlin, is at the Kansas City Zoo. Our Harbor seals are being cared for by the Como Park Zoo & Conservatory in St. Paul, MN. Our River otters and Silver fox are on zoo grounds but are currently housed off-exhibit.