Editorial Review of
San Diego Zoo
Ask anyone the first thing that comes to mind when they hear of San Diego and the zoo is usually mentioned. Locals and international animal lovers are proud of the work, research and soul that have crafted our city?s beloved symbol. The animals at the zoo come first and the meticulous work in creating natural habitats for them is astounding. Gorillas have a glorious, spacious exhibit, complete with waterfalls, rocks and a small vista. As big as their exhibit is- rarely a moment passes when at least one is present to be in awe of. Come to the zoo often enough and you will know their names like friends or neighbors. Kimodo Dragons are present and a rare treat being naturally indigenous to a small island most people will never travel to. Recent upgrades to the polar bear, elephant and lion exhibits are just a few of the many continually expanding projects. The San Diego Zoo is also home to plants and foliage able to grow in every habitat and ecosystem in the world. Adults and children alike find immense joy and affection towards the pristine world created by animal conservators. Stop by the meerkats for a quick smile, the black panther for a mystical experience, the koala?s for an ?ooh and ah? or the reptiles for a bit of a spine tingle; the San Diego Zoo is unceasingly our proudest achievement.