Category: Monument and Historic Building
Address: 4001 Southwest Canyon Road Portland
Reviews Oregon Zoo
The Oregon Zoo is the largest attraction in Portland in Oregon and was previously known as the Washington Park Zoo.
This is visited by more than one and a half million people annually and has more than 200 species, of which twenty one are endangered species.
The zoo displays specimens from African regions such as the back rhinos, reticulated giraffe, slender snout crocodile, African rock python, Colobus monkey, Speke’s gazelle, African Vulture, Lungfish and others.
There are Asian elephants, eight types of bears, predators of the Serengeti such as scorpions, cheetahs, Nile crocodiles and lions.
There are mountain lions, beavers, chimpanzees, orang-utans, tree shrews and more.
The other attractions that one can enjoy here are the wildlife summer shows and the simulator thrill rides if weather permits.
Zoolights and Dinosaurs is another attraction at the park along with the Portland Children’s museum and the world forestry centre in its vicinity.
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