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The Zoo has partnered with The Nature Conservancy to tell you the story of dolphins in the wild and how Indiana actually plays a role in their habitat and health. You can also go 17 feet underwater to get closer to the dolphins than ever before inside the Dolphin Viewing Dome!
The Pavilion also includes the Midwest's only in-water dolphin program.
Towering stands of grasses give way to a large vista where a variety of African animals graze, including ostrich, wildebeest, zebra and vulture.
Around the corner, giraffes pluck leaves from trees, rhinos gather near a visitor platform, and elephants interact quietly by a waterhole.
Connect with our animals and plants in our "biome": Deserts, Encounters, Forests, Oceans and Plains.
These distinct areas present approximately 1,400 animals and about 31,000 plants together in simulated natural habitats Because many people will never have the opportunity to visit an African desert or a South American rainforest, the Zoo recreates the natural environments.
The Tiger Forest exhibit features the stunningly beautiful and predatory Amur tigers.
Watch Alaskan brown bears tumbling and frolicking nearby The spectacular International Orangutan Center is home to the largest group of orangutans in North America, offering them an indoor-outdoor facility designed especially to meet their physical, social and intellectual needs.The dynamic, interactive exhibit allows orangutans to engage in their natural behaviors, while challenging their curiosity and creativity.
Across the way, you'll find an incredibly energetic bunch of white handed gibbons.
Whether collecting plant information from the resource room, staging a wedding in the most attractive location in the city, or simply strolling through miles of flowered pathways, visitors to the Gardens will be inspired, impressed, enlivened and entertained. In the wild, animals use a variety of skills to find food, avoid predators, find mates, build homes and much more.