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by Jack Hanna,Sonya A. Haskins

ePub Knoxville Zoo (Images of America) download
Author:
Jack Hanna,Sonya A. Haskins
ISBN13:
978-0738544052
ISBN:
0738544051
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Publisher:
Arcadia Publishing (March 7, 2007)
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Subcategory:
Americas
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1802 kb
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1110 kb
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Knoxville Zoo. (Images of America: Tennessee). by. Sonya A. Haskins, Jack Hanna (Foreward).

Knoxville Zoo. The Knoxville Zoo began as the Birthday Park Zoo in 1948. Due to a lack of expertise and funding, the Humane Society started proceedings to close the zoo in 1971 after the animals' welfare came under scrutiny. This book celebrates the zoo's fascinating history with approximately 200 black-and-white images and detailed captions of its birth, rebirth, and journey toward becoming one of the nation's premier zoological institutions. This is a keepsake that zoo visitors and wildlife enthusiasts alike will enjoy.

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Sonya A Haskins, Jack Hanna. Smith managed to convince the City of Knoxville and the local community to invest in this wonderful sanctuary.

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Zoo Knoxville is one of the premiere zoological experiences in the southeast. Committed to sharing 'wildly fun' experiences that educate and inspire, we feature acres of creative habitats for animal lovers of all ages to explore. Knoxville Zoo Rhinos Zoos Exotic Pets Habitats Animal Kingdom Rhinoceros Exotic Animals. Zoo Knoxville is one of the premiere zoological experiences in the southeast.

Sonya A. Haskins, Foreword by Jack Hanna. The Knoxville Zoo began as the Birthday Park Zoo in 1948

Sonya A. Smith managed to convince the City of Knoxville and the local community to invest in this wonderful sanctuary

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The Knoxville Zoo began as the Birthday Park Zoo in 1948. Due to a lack of expertise and funding, the Humane Society started proceedings to close the zoo in 1971 after the animals’ welfare came under scrutiny. The zoo was saved by Guy Smith, a local television executive, who took on the job as the zoo’s first director at a salary of $1 per year. Smith managed to convince the City of Knoxville and the local community to invest in this wonderful sanctuary. As the zoo’s conditions improved and awareness was raised, a focus was placed on breeding threatened or endangered animals. These efforts were rewarded in 1978 with the birth of the first two African elephants to be born in the western hemisphere. This book celebrates the zoo’s fascinating history with approximately 200 black-and-white images and detailed captions of its birth, rebirth, and journey toward becoming one of the nation’s premier zoological institutions. This is a keepsake that zoo visitors and wildlife enthusiasts alike will enjoy.