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It will be an indoor/outdoor exhibit housing both Orangutans and White cheeked gibbons.
On August 23, 2009 Rose-Tu, the granddaughter of the zoo's first elephant Rosy, gave birth to a son named Samudra.
The Oregon Zoo is Oregon's largest paid attraction, with more than 1.6 million visitors in 2008 to 2009.The Oregon Zoo was founded in 1887, making it the oldest North American zoo west of the Mississippi.
Opened in 1887 after a private animal collector donated his animals to the City of Portland, the zoo is now owned by the regional government Metro.A member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums, it has successful breeding programs for California Condors and Asian elephants. The zoo also boasts an extensive plant collection throughout its animal exhibits and specialized gardens.
The program is designed to increase the number of the condor that is near extinction.Voters in Metro's district approved a $125 million bond measure in November 2008 to renovate many of the exhibits. Attendance at the zoo reached a record 1.6 million visitors for their 2008 to 2009 year. The record was due in part to the birth of another baby elephant. A new record was set the following year with 1,612,359 people visiting the zoo.Opened in 1991, the Africa Rainforest exhibit covers and was built at a cost of $4.3 million. In addition to animals, the exhibit includes artwork and the Kongo Ranger Station, a mock up of a safari expedition. Animals in the exhibit include Rodriguez Fruit Bats, Straw-Colored Fruit Bat, Egyptian Fruit Bats, Colobus Monkey, Allen's Swamp Monkey, Red Flanked Duiker, Hadada Ibis, Saddle-billed Stork, White-Faced Whistling Ducks, African Rock Python, Slender-snouted Crocodile, Nile Monitor Lizard, Meerkats, Lungfish, and Cichlids.The Africa Savanna exhibit opened in April 1989 and is in size. This exhibit includes animal typical of East Africa and includes an aviary and areas for large mammals. These include Black Rhinoceros, De Brazza's Monkey, Hippopotamus, Naked Mole-Rat, Reticulated Giraffe, Gerenuk, Egyptian Spiny Mouse, Damara Zebra, Speke's Gazelle, Southern Ground Hornbill, Weaver Birds, Marabou Storks, Cape Thick-Knee, Red-crested Turaco, Hamerkop, Buffalo Weaver, African Hooded Vulture, and Hingeback Tortoises.The Zoos newest exhibit, the Predators of the Serengeti opened in September 2009 at a cost of $6.8 million. It is located on the site of the former Alaska Tundra exhibit, with some of the animals from the Alaska exhibit moved to other locations inside the zoo, such as the wolf exhibit.
Both bears are females, named Vivian and Jody. The Great Northwest exhibit previously had three black bears, but all were euthanized in 2009 due to cancer and old age.This exhibit includes wildlife from the western portions of the Pacific Northwest, and has eight areas: Black Bear Ridge, Eagle Canyon, Cascade Stream and Pond, Cougar Crossing, Elk Meadow, Cascade Crest, Trillium Creek Family Farm, and Steller Cove. Cascade Canyon Trail connects each of the exhibits, except Steller Cove, and includes a suspension bridge that offers views of Black Bear Ridge.The Cascade Stream and Pond portion is the oldest of these exhibits, which opened in 1982 and features Beavers, North American river otters, ringtails, egrets, and herons. The next oldest is the Elk Meadow that opened in 1993 originally with only Elk. Wolves were added to the exhibit in 2007. The only animals on display are gray wolves and Roosevelt Elk. Opened in 1998, Cascade Crest is mountain-like exhibit made mostly of basalt features a snow cave, cirque lake and twisted alpine trees.
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