Some parts of Columbus Zoo in Ohio looking at $50M in enhancements, redevelopment

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The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium is spending more than $50 million to expand and enhance the park throughout the next year, including a transformation of the zoo’s oldest region.

The zoo is investing $32.5 million to redevelop the North America region, including new habitats for gray wolves, bald eagles, black bears, North American river otters and Canada lynxes. Groundbreaking is scheduled for this fall.

“These projects, along with other enhancements focused on animal wellbeing, are modernizing our nearly 100-year-old zoo, providing more security for our guests, and improving the lives of our animals,” said Tom Schmid, President and CEO of the Columbus Zoo and The Wilds.

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