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As of May 24, following the latest recommendations from the CDC, the Dallas Zoo will no longer require guests to wear masks while visiting, unless participating in animal encounters. Learn more about our health and safety protocols for COVID-19 here.

Protecting the Twelve

Protecting the Twelve

12 conservation priorities for the next 12 years and beyond

The Dallas Zoo is dedicated to twelve conservation priorities that can help humans and animals in significant areas of Asia, Africa, and here at home in the United States. In this program, we partner with conservation organizations around the world, to directly support efforts to save animals and ecosystems from extinction.
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African Elephant

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African Penguin

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African Vulture

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Saharan Hoofstock

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Turtles and Tortoises

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Texas Native Wildlife

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