Dubai Zoo is a 1.5-kilometer (0.93 mi) situated in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It was initially worked in 1967 by a Dubai inhabitant when H. H. Sheik Rashid receptacle Maktoum, the late Ruler of Dubai, allowed Otto J. Bulart to manufacture a zoo on a two hectare plot in Jumeirah. It is as yet the most seasoned zoo in the Arabian Peninsula. It was viewed as a Dubai point of interest in the late 1960s as it demonstrated the "town's end".
In 1971 the administration of the Dubai Zoo was assumed control by the Dubai Municipality. Amid the main couple of years of its reality, the Dubai Zoo housed just a couple of creatures like the huge felines, monkeys and hoofed-creatures. There was likewise a little aquarium with a few fishes and reptiles. From May 1986 to May 1989, a piece of the zoo was upgraded and revamped. From June 1989 to the present there has been consistent re-planning and remodel.
As of late, the Dubai Zoo has experienced harsh criticism for the conditions in which its creatures are housed. Every living creature's common sense entitlement activists and even lodgings and vacationer sites support the boycotting of the office. Pens in which the creatures are caught are apparently so little that the creatures can scarcely move.
The zoo houses around 230 creature species. Among these are around 248 warm blooded creature examples, including foxes, hyenas, panthers, Asiatic lions, pumas, chimpanzees, mandrills, monkeys, deer, bears, porcupines, giraffes, hippos, and Barbary sheep. Jeopardized species incorporate Bengal tiger, gorilla, subspecies of dark wolf and Arabian wolf, Siberian tiger(Panthera tigris altaica), and the indigenous Gordon's wildcat. Winged animals incorporate ostrich, brilliant falcon and parrots. Reptiles are spoken to by around 400 examples.