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Entrance to the Phoenix Zoo, Papago Park, Phoenix, Arizona USA
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Voted one the nation's top five zoos for children, the Phoenix Zoo is located on the eastern edge of Phoenix, Arizona in Papago Park. The Phoenix Zoo is a privately-owned nonprofit zoological park which opened in 1962.
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