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Endangered Species Day

May 18, 2024

9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Endangered Species Day

Celebrate Endangered Species Day at the Zoo, where people of all ages are encouraged to learn about the importance of protecting endangered plants and animals, and what actions can be taken to preserve the future of the species. Be awe-inspired as you get up close to the many endangered species from all around the word represented here at the Zoo.

Learn about things you can do in your own backyard to help protect our Florida native species, through fun games, crafts, and animal encounters!

Activities

Guess that Baby, Get to Know our Cotton Tops, Match the Animal Status, Think Like a Bear

Special Guest

Jessica Schrauger from Pangolin Conservation  and Research Foundation (PCRF)
Speaking about her work in pangolin conservation & offering handcarved wooden pangolin figures from the San peoples of Namibia.

Scheduled Keeper Chats

More tables & activities!

 

This event is included in general Zoo admission.

For more information call 407-323-4450, ext. 121.

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