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    Utah's Hogle ZooUtah's Hogle Zoo Salt Lake City, Utah
    the Hogle occupies 42 acres of land in Salt Lake City, Utah and is the state's biggest zoo, containing animals from various ecosystems and sits at the mouth of Emigration Canyon. It was started and presently run by the Hogle family, originally located in the city's Liberty Park. Before being moved to its current location, the zoo's elephant named Alice had the first and only Asian elephant born in the state, who would be named Prince Utah, but sadly, he would pass on before he reached a year's age. Some of their current displays include; monkeys, three elephants that includes a baby, deer, mammals, birds and reptiles from across the globe. When it opened in Emigration Canyon, it officially was renamed the Hogle since they were the ones that donated the land, although the city now owns it. It celebrated its 75 th anniversary by allowing people that were born the same year as they were, 1931, to enter free of charge. It staunchly supports conservation, and include a reduce, reuse, recycle program, earth-friendly biodegradable products and water conservation.

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    Utah Museum of Natural HistoryUtah Museum of Natural History Salt Lake City, Utah
    this outstanding natural history museum is located on the University of Utah's campus in Salt Lake City, Utah and exhibits natural history subjects that pertain to the state's history, so the museum strives to illuminate the natural world and the place that human beings have in it. It began in 1959, when the college faculty committee decided to consolidate all the natural history collections from its campus and was established by the state legislature in 1963. It would open in 1969 in the former George Thomas library and contained specimens from the Deseret Museum along with some from the Charles Nettleton Strevell Museum that had been situated in the old Lafayette School from 1939 until 1947. Their excellent collections house more than 1.2 million objects that have been used for educational and research purposes and emphasize the natural history of the state and have been accessible to researchers from around the globe. Their collections are used in the study of biological, geological and cultural diversity, as well as the history of living systems and the human cultures that have lived in the state. Their anthropology collection contains archaeological collections of three quarters of a million specimens, ethnographic collections that contain over 2000 specimens and associated records from over 3800 sites. The biology collection contains 180,000 insects, 30,000 specimens of mammals, 22,000 mollusks, 18,000 lower invertebrates, 20,000 birds and 123,000 plant specimens. The geology collection houses 250 rocks, 20,000 vertebrate fossils, 3600 minerals and 4000 plant and 2500 invertebrate fossils.

April 6, 2011