Caldwell Zoo is a natural for family fun! Located in Tyler, Texas, Caldwell Zoo is home to more than 2,000 animals including zebras, giraffes, cheetahs, alligators, black bears, squirrel monkeys, flamingos, anteaters, black-footed penguins, parakeets and rosy-cheeked cockatiels. Come explore the African Savanna, North American and South American habitats and learn about all their inhabitants. There’s also the African Aquarium, the North America Herpetarium with snakes and frogs, and the Wild Bird Walkabout.
Caldwell Zoo’s mission is to preserve and protect animals. Conservation is an important part of that mission. The zoo is home to a dozen endangered species, including the cheetahs, ring-tailed lemurs, black-footed penguins and black rhinoceros. In addition to species listed as endangered, the zoo houses numerous animals that are threatened (the population is at risk of becoming endangered). Coatis and bald eagles are currently on the list of threatened species.
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