7. London Zoo – UK
The London Zoo, or Regent Zoo in the UK is the oldest scientific zoo in the world, being opened in London in 1828. It also established the world’s first reptile house in 1849, first public aquarium in 1853, first insect house in 1881 and first children’s zoo in 1938.
6. San Diego Zoo – USA
5. Monarto Zoological Park – Australia
4. Toronto Zoo – Canada
The Torondo Zoo in Ontario, Canada, is considered one of the largest of the fascinating zoos in the world, taking into consideration two key factors, i.e. size and number of species. It is spread across an area of 710 acres, and houses 491 species.
3. Berlin Zoological Garden – Germany
2. National Zoological Gardens of South Africa
The National Zoological Gardens of South Africa is located in Pretoria. It is one of the most picturesque zoos in the world, with half of the zoo set on a relatively flat land, while the other part of it is situated on the slopes of a hill.
1. Beijing Zoo – China