Since 1978, the mandate of the Minnesota Zoo has been to preserve endangered animals and educate the public about their plight. Most of the zoo's more than 5000 residents are representatives of at-risk species from all over the globe. These include exotic critters like tigers, leopards, and camels along with more local endangered species like wild horses and bison.
In addition to their extensive displays and exhibits focusing on wildlife in its natural environment, the museum conducts extensive educational programs that include an array of resources for teachers, fields trips, and day camps.
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