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Armed and Beautiful Adoption Package

The Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros can weigh up to 6,000 pounds and stand a mighty 12.5 feet tall fully grown. Because these beautiful creatures do not use their horn for defense in the wild, their horn may appear shorter. This is due to the rhino rubbing their horn on objects such as trees and rocks. With numbers decreasing significantly in the wild, the zoo aims to help the cause through the species survival plan set up by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. Your sponsorship could help raise awareness for a vulnerable species and provide expert medical care year round.

Options of $25, $50, & $100 Adoption Packages

TAMPA'S LOWRY PARK ZOO - SHARE THE CARE

813-935-8552 EXT 214

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After submitting this form, you will be redirected to a checkout page where you can select your adoption package and process your payment. 

For questions or comments on the Share the Care Program e-mail or call (813) 935-8552 ext. 214

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Tampa’s Lowry Park Zoo is operated by the Lowry Park Zoological Society, an independent 501(c)(3) charitable organization committed to excellence in education, conservation and research. The Zoo is accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA), and is featured among the “Top 25 Zoos in the U.S” by TripAdvisor (2015) and “10 Best Zoos in the U.S.” by Trekaroo (2015). The Zoo is located at 1101 W. Sligh Avenue in Tampa, one mile west of I-275 (exit 48) and is open seven days a week, from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. 

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