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Dallas Zoo sets sixth straight attendance record

The Dallas Zoo has smashed its all-time attendance record for the sixth consecutive year, with 1,028,516 guests visiting Texas’ largest and oldest zoo in the fiscal year that ended Sept. 30. Exceeding one million visitors is a first in the …



Save rainforest animals this Halloween when buying candy

Tigers, orangutans, and many other animals are losing their rainforest homes so we can eat food and use products that contain a special ingredient that grows in their habitats – palm oil.



Dallas Zoo sets sixth straight attendance record

Our attendance record was shattered for the sixth straight fiscal year, with 1,028,516 guests! Exceeding one million visitors is a first in our 127 years. We couldn’t have done it without your undying loyalty, support and love for Texas’s oldest and largest zoo.



Girl Scout saves tortoise from water bottle

A day spent at the zoo is a privilege, time well-spent in the presence of majestic, threatened and endangered animals who deserve our respect, compassion and conservation.



A Mandrill Puzzle: How We Brought a Broken Troop Together

When nearly 18-year-old mandrill Milo, the beloved father to Obi, passed away suddenly from a form of lymphatic cancer in June 2014, Dallas Zoo staff were at a loss.