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Where to go for the weekend: a zoo in New York with rare species of animals

05.03.2021, 16: 00 EST

Vita Popova

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This menagerie is home to animals that you may have never seen before. The zoo is open to visitors almost all year round. The details are shared by the publication Only In Your State.

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New York State has tons of attractions that are available at one time of the year and inaccessible at another. But there are some that are open to visitors all year round, or at least 363 days a year. Like the Utica Zoo.

Located in central New York State, this zoo has been around for over a century - since 1914.

It is home to animals that you will not find anywhere else in the Empire State. So it is not surprising that people from all over the region come to see them.

In total, this zoo is home to over 200 animals, including lions, red pandas, llamas, badgers, zebras, camels and many others. Some of the animals are currently on the endangered species list.

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This is a relatively small zoo, which, among other things, has paths for walking and playgrounds - everything you need for a comfortable weekend with your family.

In addition, many exciting events take place here throughout the year. And in winter you can go snowshoeing!

As you explore the 16 hectares of the zoo, you will have an unforgettable experience.

If you're ready to meet animals you've never seen before, head to the Utica Zoo.

That learn more about the zoo and the animals that live in it, нажмите здесь.

Address: 1 Utica Zoo Way, Utica, NY 13501.

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