“Africa Rocks” Exhibit Coming to San Diego Zoo

The "Conrad Prebys Africa Rocks" exhibit is slated to open at the San Diego Zoo in 2017. The $68 million, 8-acre project was funded by generous donations, and will feature habitats for African plants and animal species. The zoo officially broke ground on the project on July 29, 2015.

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Miller Hull/San Diego Zoo
The "Conrad Prebys Africa Rocks" exhibit is slated to open at the San Diego Zoo in 2017. The $68 million, 8-acre project was funded by generous donations, and will feature habitats for African plants and animal species. The zoo officially broke ground on the project on July 29, 2015. This rendering shows the baboon viewing area.
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Miller Hull/San Diego Zoo
The "Conrad Prebys Africa Rocks" exhibit is slated to open at the San Diego Zoo in 2017. The $68 million, 8-acre project was funded by generous donations, and will feature habitats for African plants and animal species. The zoo officially broke ground on the project on July 29, 2015. This rendering shows the underwater viewing area.
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Miller Hull/San Diego Zoo
The "Conrad Prebys Africa Rocks" exhibit is slated to open at the San Diego Zoo in 2017. The $68 million, 8-acre project was funded by generous donations, and will feature habitats for African plants and animal species. The zoo officially broke ground on the project on July 29, 2015. This rendering shows the crocodile viewing area.
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San Diego Zoo
The "Conrad Prebys Africa Rocks" exhibit is slated to open at the San Diego Zoo in 2017. The $68 million, 8-acre project was funded by generous donations, and will feature habitats for African plants and animal species. The zoo officially broke ground on the project on July 29, 2015. This rendering depicts the penguin beach part of the exhibit.
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Miller Hull/San Diego Zoo
The "Conrad Prebys Africa Rocks" exhibit is slated to open at the San Diego Zoo in 2017. The $68 million, 8-acre project was funded by generous donations, and will feature habitats for African plants and animal species. The zoo officially broke ground on the project on July 29, 2015. This rendering shows the South Plaza portion of the exhibit.
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San Diego Zoo
The "Conrad Prebys Africa Rocks" exhibit is slated to open at the San Diego Zoo in 2017. The $68 million, 8-acre project was funded by generous donations, and will feature habitats for African plants and animal species. The zoo officially broke ground on the project on July 29, 2015. A map of the exhibit's winding path and layout.
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