What is the largest zoo in the world?


The largest collection of animal species in the world is housed at the Berlin Zoological Garden in Germany. As of 2012, it was home to more than 1,500 different species and approximately 17,000 animals.

In terms of area, the Toronto Zoo, covering over 700 acres, is the largest zoo in the world. Toronto's collection, while comparable to Berlin's in sheer size (over 16,000 animals) represents only 491 different species. Other notable collections can be found at the Henry Doorly Zoo in Omaha (962 different species), the Moscow Zoo (927 different species), San Diego Zoo (over 800 different species) and the Bronx Zoo (650 different species).

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