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The Pocatello Zoo is situated in Pocatello in Idaho. It features animals that are native to the Intermountain West and has been operational for seventy six years. This zoo got opened in the year 1932. Some of the attractions include a raccoon and a monkey that are held in two small wire pens. These animals were donated for display by their owner, John Marshall, who was twelve year old. Along with his grandfather, William Raymond, the Parks Department director, trapped the local animals.