Members of Saudi Arabia’s royal family were the only people who could visit Riyadh National Zoo, the nation’s largest, when it first opened in 1957. In 1987, the general public could finally enjoy this large collection of 40 bird and animal species for themselves. The Saudi royal family donated the first of the zoo’s animals, which now include exotic camels, kangaroos, leopards, and lions. Attendance is restricted to men and women only on alternating days, and children must always be accompanied by parents.

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