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LITTLE ROCK ZOO

Founded: 1926

Size: 33 acres

Tickets: $8 adults, $6 children under 12

Memberships: $55 individual; $75 family

DALLAS ZOO

Founded: 1888

Size: 95 acres

Tickets: $8.75 adults, $5.75 children 3-11 years

Memberships: $59 individual, $69 family

AUDUBON ZOO (New Orleans)

Founded: 1914

Size: 58 acres

Tickets: $12 adults, $7 children 2-12 years

Memberships: $50 individual, $80 family

MEMPHIS ZOO

Founded: 1906

Size: 70 acres

Tickets: $13 adults, $8 children 2-11 years

Memberships: $60 individual, $79 family

ST. LOUIS ZOO

Founded: 1910

Size: 70 acres

Tickets: Free admission

Memberships: $36 individual, $60 family/Marlon Perkins Society

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