Top 10 best Zoo in the world

Bronx Zoo, United States New York’s premier zoo also places a clear emphasis on conservation.

San Diego Zoo was a trailblazer when it introduced cage-free, open-air enclosures designed to replicate the natural habitat of the animals they housed.

Wellington Zoo, New Zealand Conservation is high on the agenda at Wellington Zoo. Ten percent of funds raised go towards supporting animals in the wild.

Toronto Zoo Canada’s largest zoo participates in many breeding and reintroduction programs for species such as the trumpeter swan, black-footed ferret, and Wyoming toad.

Taronga Zoo is a short ferry hop across the harbor from downtown Sydney — a trip that enables visitors to view wildlife with a backdrop of the famous Opera House and Harbour Bridge.

Singapore Zoo This 26-hectare site is home to over 300 species of mammals including white tigers, orangutans, and pygmy hippos.

Schönbrunn Zoo, Austria Over a century ago in 1906, the zoo bred the first elephant in captivity. 

Zoorasia, Japan One of Japan’s newest zoos, Zoorasia, celebrated its 20th anniversary this year.

Port Lympne, United Kingdom Part safari park, part zoo, and affiliated with The Aspinall Foundation for wildlife conservation, Port Lympne is home to over 700 animals. 

Berlin Zoo Germany’s oldest zoo occupies a central site in Berlin's Tiergarten. The 35-acre site opened in 1844 and currently houses over 20,000 animals.

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