Jan 07, 2015 at 11:27 AM
Here you can see a black amazing Bear which is looking very attractive due to its dark black color. You can see different types of bears here in this zoo. visiting this broad zoo in San Diego's Balboa Park is more than an opportunity to see creatures from everywhere throughout the world: it's an opportunity to see one of the world's finest offices for seeing and finding out about uncommon and imperiled species, all in precisely naturalized fenced in areas spread over 100 sections of land/40 hectares in Balboa Park. More than 3,700 creatures from 650 species are showcased here, including group pleasers like titan pandas and fluffy koala bears and interesting peculiarities like exposed mole rats. Plan to spend no less than a day at this exceptional site, and wear affable shoes—you'll likely do a ton of strolling. On the off chance that you need to give your visit the ax, no stresses: simply sign onto a gathering of exciting creature cams, which let you see what's going ahead with the a mixed bag of animal varieties—the koalas and pandas and in addition Sumatran tigers, polar bears, California condors, and that's only the tip of the iceberg. That is why the zoo is so famous. Bears have been a part of the San Diego Zoo's creature accumulation since 1916, when the Zoo was established! Those first bears were a part of a show left over from the Panama-California Exposition, held in San Diego's Balboa Park in 1915. Caesar, named female Kodiak amazing bear, was given soon after the Zoo started. She had been a pet on a Navy ship, yet had outgrown her "charm." After destroying and chipping her initial few Zoo confines, cash was found to manufacture a solid channel for Caesar and her kindred bruins. She consummated the artistic work of asking, sitting on her backside and keeping up both down feet with her front paws, importuning visitors to hurl peanuts and confection into her lap, a practice we no more support our amazing bears (or visitors) to do! Caesar entertained visitors with her jokes for a long time before passing ceaselessly in 1936.