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New Zoo Addition Now Open

A new concession stand is now open at the Amarillo Zoo. This addition is part of the city's master zoo plan which they started in 2003.

The next step is a reptile exhibit which will start construction in October. City officials say they also hope to add other animals, possibly a zebra or giraffe down the road.

They say as the zoo grows so does the number of visitors. Last year the zoo had about 170,000 and this year they've already had 215,000.

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