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Special Exhibits

Toyota Elephant Passage

Toyota Elephant Passage

Toyota Elephant Passage is the crown jewel of Denver Zoo. It features two miles of interconnected trails on 10 acres of varied terrain and is one of the largest and most-complex elephant habitats in North America. Asian elephants, greater one-horned rhinos and Malayan tapirs can rotate among five unique, abundant habitats with a sixth yard exclusively for the tapirs. Mud wallows, scratching trees, shade structures and more than one million gallons of water for swimming and bathing have been developed to ensure active and healthy animals.

Visitors are able to explore and discover the rich history of animals in Asian culture, their complicated relationship with humans and the efforts of Denver Zoo and colleagues to protect their future. Toyota Elephant Passage is separated into three distinct sections: The Chang Pa Wildlife Preserve, The Schoelzel Family Village and the Village Outpost, each reflecting a different area in tropical Asia – an animal preserve, an urban center and a rural village.

Animals

Asian elephants
Malayan tapirs
Clouded leopards
Greater one-horned rhinos
Green tree python
Fishing cats
White-cheeked gibbons
Asian small clawed otters
Sarus cranes
Prehensile-tailed skink
Eyelash frogs

Showtimes

TOYOTA ELEPHANT PASSAGE DEMONSTRATION
McGrath Family Amphitheater
11:30 a.m. & 2 p.m.

All feeding times are approximate and subject to change. All shows and presentations are weather and staffing dependent. 

Amenities

Kamala Café
Men’s, Women’s and Family restrooms

 

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