- With the population yerning looking for new experiences zoos are adding cloned animals, robots and mind-reading to their paddocks.
- One of the top ideas was cloning extinct animals, with the wooly mammoth topping the list for consideration.
- As land use for animals dimishes zoos are innovating to try and help people understand their impact and explore the natural world.
It's 2060, and you're planning to visit your grandkids in California. You know they love animals, so you're thinking of taking them to a zoo Let's see what your search results pull up:
Welcome to the San Francisco All-Robotic Zoo!
The most advanced robotic animals in the world, straight from Silicon Valley | New tiger model just in | Totally humane - no real animals in cages
Dodo Chick Exhibit Now Open at the San Diego Zoo
Come visit our brand-new dodo chicks! Touch here to enter the naming contest.
SeaWorld: Go Head-to-Head with Dolphins
"Talk" to Slick and Kiki with our exclusive brainwave interface. Now taking reservations for February.
A group of 21 zoo professionals and researchers came up with these future zoo possibilities and more at a conference held at Canisius College in Buffalo, N.Y., on Feb. 10-11.