Zoo Miami


United States
25° 36' 48.0096" N, 80° 23' 54.3732" W
General info: 

Miami Zoo is the only tropical zoo in the United States, thus making it one of the most famous and the most visited ones. It is the home of more than 2000 animals. All the wildlife in the zoo originates from the hot climate, and you can see animals native to Asia, Australia, Amazon and Australia. The zoo is also separated into these 4 areas.

The visitors can have a close look of some of the most endangered species in the world, for which the Miami Zoo gives special care. Some of those include the Bengal tiger, Greater One-horned Indian rhinoceros, Asian small-clawed otter, etc.

Getting there: 

The exact address of the Miami Zoo is 12400 SW 152nd St Miami, FL 33177. From the downtown Miami, you can use a metro line to the Dadeland South Station and then the bus 252 whose last stop is the Miami Zoo.


The regular admission for adults is $15.95, while for children it costs $11.95.

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