San Diego Zoo sees baby boom

The San Diego Zoo’s Wild Animal Park has seen an increase in the number births in species that were previously endangered.

The Wild Animal Park, which opened in 1972, has captive breeding which has helped several endangered species. Since the opening, the Zoo has helped many species such as the Arabian oryx, Simitar horned oryx, and Addax jump in their population numbers in order to avoid extinction.

For example, in the late 1960s, the Arabian oryx population was less than 20. At the Wildlife park they have had 324 births of Arabian oryx since 1973. The zoo also reintroduces animals to their natural habitats.

If you are looking for a vacation spot, the San Diego Zoo is just one of the amazing attractions in the San Diego area. Look no further than the South mission Beach condominiums and fill out the contact form to make a reservation.

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