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All about the Audubon Zoo

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Haden Tymoczko

on 13 November 2012

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By Haden Tymoczko All About The Audubon Zoo explore the Audubon zoo Audubon zoo was named after John James Audubon, A naturalist and artist. He was born on April 26, 1785. Ever since he was little, he loved drawing and painting birds. He even discovered 25 new species of birds. The zoo has been through many changes since founded in the 20th century. It started out as a park. Then, they added a flight cage. It became so popular, they made it a zoo. Then, it became... Since then, the Audubon zoo has entertained millions of kids. 58 acres But still smaller than the pittsburgh zoo Audubon is home to over 2,000 animals One of the rare animals is the white alligator. Take a look. The white alligators are leustic not albino. Hurricane Katrina Hurricane Katrina hit land on October 23, 2005 and lasted 6 days. It cost 89.6 billion dollars to repair the damage . . N When Hurricane Katrina hit . It flooded 80% of the city and left tens of thousands of people homeless. I hope you learned a little bit about the Audubon zoo. for watching thanks When it reached the Audubon Zoo, it was prepared. Part of the zoo was built to withstand a hurricane. Katrina killed three animals and became the third deadliest hurricane in U.S. history.
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