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|Location||Lukovská 112, 763 14 Zlín 12|
|Land area||48 hectares|
|No. of animals||1 163|
|No. of species||205|
|Memberships||UCSZ, EEP, EAZA, WAZA, SEAZA|
After the second world war the zoo was nationalized and in 1948 opened to the public.
The area has a botanical garden with 13,000 kinds of plants, the latest exhibition hall is from 2007 displaying 250 rare plant species from tropical Yucatán.
Within the area of the zoo is the Lešná castle, built in 1887-1894 according to architects Mick J. and V. Siedka. It is a historical mansion, which contains collections of paintings, porcelain and trophies from the late nineteenth century
- Much of the content of this article comes from the equivalent Czech-language Wikipedia article. Retrieved on 10 December 2014. Some of the following references are cited by that Czech-language article:
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