Zoo Coloring Pages

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A trip to the zoo is always a great moment for the whole family. It’s an opportunity to see animals that you never see before, explain the continents, climates, and large families of animals. But wild animals prefer to be in the wild, even though they are often treated very well.

Now, this page offers you the zoo adventures in zoo coloring pictures below. Please scroll down this page, and then you will see another experience of visiting the zoo.

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A zoo is a place where animals are bred and treated to be shown to the public. They combine entertainment and education because they generally aim to entertain and, in turn, educate visitors. Moreover, when they are in private hands, there is a search for profit for their operation.

In most zoos, animals are kept in shelters. Sometimes these shelters are connected to an open place, surrounded by bars. Animals that live peacefully in the wild can be accommodated together. Cages, bars, and other barriers prevent animals from escaping. The barriers also keep visitors away from the animals.

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In general, zoos try to keep the animals in similar environments to the natural ones. Plants, trees, rocks, and other elements present in nature are placed in these spaces. Often these elements are artificial, made of durable and resistant materials.

Inside the zoo facilities, the temperature and brightness are adjusted to the animals’ taste. For example, animals with nocturnal habits are kept in the dark environments during the day and illuminated at night.

Zoos have several purposes. They try to show visitors the habits and behavior of animals; they help to protect endangered species, i.e., those at risk of extinction in nature; and they help in the reproduction of these animals. Some still reintegrate the animals into nature.

There are more than a thousand zoos around the world. The first modern establishment of this kind was the Vienna Zoo, inaugurated in the middle of the 18th century. Until then, there were private collections of animals, usually created by monarchs.

Wildlife parks are also a type of zoo. They are found in rural areas with plenty of space available. In these zoos, animals are kept in conditions closer to nature. Many parks display only one type of animal, for example, lions. Others exhibit several mixed animals. Usually, visitors drive them around.