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The 10 Largest Zoos in the United States

San Diego Zoo - Located in California, it is one of the largest and most renowned zoos in the country, housing over 3,700 animals.

Bronx Zoo - Situated in New York, this zoo boasts a vast collection of animals, including over 6,000 species, making it one of the largest metropolitan zoos.

Henry Doorly Zoo - Located in Omaha, Nebraska, it is known for its expansive indoor rainforest, desert dome, and one of the world's largest indoor jungles.

Columbus Zoo and Aquarium - Situated in Ohio, it is recognized for its extensive exhibits, including the Heart of Africa and the Polar Frontier.

Smithsonian National Zoological Park - Located in Washington, D.C., this zoo is home to more than 2,700 animals, including giant pandas and great apes.

Memphis Zoo - Situated in Tennessee, it houses over 3,500 animals and features exhibits such as the Northwest Passage and Zambezi River Hippo Camp.

North Carolina Zoo - Located in Asheboro, it is the world's largest natural habitat zoo, offering spacious enclosures for its diverse range of animals.

Audubon Zoo - Situated in New Orleans, Louisiana, it features a variety of exhibits, including the Louisiana Swamp, African Savanna, and Asian Domain.

Oregon Zoo - Located in Portland, it showcases a wide array of species and is particularly known for its elephant exhibit.

Brookfield Zoo - Situated near Chicago, Illinois, it houses over 2,000 animals and features various exhibits, including the Tropic World and Great Bear Wilderness.

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