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The Pleasanton Zoo


Scene at the San Antonio Zoo

Many people have commented that Pleasanton's zoo
reminds them of the San Antonio Zoo


The zoo is a great place to visit, except during a raging thunderstorm, and many people even like to take their kids or grandchildren. The Pleasanton Zoo, which is actually located in a small hamlet north of Pleasanton called San Antonio, is especially nice.

African LionsSumatran Tiger


Just for fun, you might want to visit the zoo on a hot autumn afternoon after just gutting and skinning out a deer or two. The smell of fresh blood and entrails brings out the best instincts of the African lions and Sumatran tigers and is entertaining to all.



Links to Other Zoos:


The San Antonio Zoo



This page was last updated
March 20th, 2003 by Jack Keller of Pleasanton, Texas




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