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Le Zoo de Granby
Granby Zoo
Date opened 1953
Location Granby, Quebec
No. of animals 1,000 [1]
No. of species 200 [1]
Memberships AZA

The Granby Zoo (French: Le Zoo de Granby) is a zoo in Granby, Quebec and is one of Quebec's major tourist attractions.

It was founded in 1953 by the mayor of Granby at the time, Pierre-Horace Boivin. There are currently more than 1000 different animals grouped into 200 species [1] and has 516,000 visitors per year. Adjacent to the zoo is the Amazoo water park.


  1. ^ a b c The Kids Channel (2005-09-30). "The History of the Granby Zoo". Retrieved 2006-10-23. 

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Category:Zoos in Canada