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    San Diego ZooSan Diego Zoo San Diego, California
    if you really want to visit a zoo, then this is the one to visit, the San Diego Zoo in San Diego, California is one of the biggest and most progressive zoos in the world, housing more than 4000 animals that represent over 800 species; especially since it is also one of the few zoos in the world that is able to house and showcase a giant panda bear, that is one of the most gentle and lovable creatures on this earth. Situated on 107 acres it has become a very famous zoo, and in 1975, their fantastic Center for the Reproduction of Endangered Species began, with Dr. Kurt Benirschke, the man who had instigated the center's creation, would become its first director. The zoo has become very active in the conservation and species-preservation efforts, and the Center's name has been changed to the Institute for Conservation Research. This institute raises tigers, giant pandas, African black rhinos, California condors and a big amount of endangered species. There is a guided bus tour that covers almost three-quarters of the zoo, with an overhead gondola lift named the Skyfari that gives a magnificent view of the entire zoo. Exhibits include Monkey trails and forest tales, Ituri forest, panda research station, elephant odyssey and the polar bear plunge.

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    Timken Museum of ArtTimken Museum of Art San Diego, California
    the Timken is a fine art museum located in Balboa Park in San Diego, California and considered to be one of the "great small museums of the world", opening in 1965, with a small collection that had been owned by the Putnam Foundation and funding from the Timken family. The nucleus of this magnificent collection would be bought by sisters Anne and Amy Putnam, who had settled in the area in the early 20th century and began making donations to the San Diego Museum of Art, during its early years and would later create a foundation that loaned their outstanding purchases to numerous noteworthy museums around the country. The collection contains works by Americans, Copley, Cole, Bierstadt and West, French masters Claude, Boucher, Corot, Clouet, David and Fragonard, Spanish Murillo, Italians Guercino, Veronese and Savoldo and Flemish and Dutch masters, Peter Paul Rubens, Frans Hals, Pieter Brueghel the Elder and Anthony Van Dyck.

February 22, 2013