Cool animals! What a fun trip to the zoo! The National Zoo in Washington, D.C. is part of the Smitsonian Institution. It is a 163-acre zoological park located in Rock Creek National Park.
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The National Zoo is open 364 days a year. There are 2,000 individual animals of 400 different species. Come explore the Zoo and help us celebrate, study, and protect the diversity of animals and their habitats.

Admission to the National Zoo is free. There is a fee for parking in the Zoo lots, but FONZ (Friends of the National Zoo) members park for free! The National Zoo is accessible by Metrorail and Metrobus.

You can visit mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish and invertebrates. Among the African animals at the zoo are the African lion (Panthera leo), Cheetah (Acinonxy jubatus) Western lowland gorilla, Grevy’s zebra, Scimitar-norned oryx, Dmaa gazelle, Black and refous giant elephant-shrew, Banded mongoose, Meerkat, Rock hyrax, Damara mole rate, Naked mole-rate, Ring-tailed lemur. The types of birds include the Cattle egret, the Hamrkop, the White stork, the Pygmy falcon, the Watled crane, the Black crake, the Kori bustard, the Red-billed hornbill, the Southern masked weaver, the Lilac-breasted roller and Von der Decken’s hornbill. Great cats, Asian elephants, Giant pandas. Invertebrates include sea stars, spiny lobsters, giant African millipedes, tarantulas, the giant Pacific octopus, and the common cuttlefish.

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