The Zoological Garden at Tel Aviv University leads zoological research and scientific education in the State of Israel.
Established in 1931 and became a part of the University in 1956, the Garden’s main goals are nature conservation, research and education.
It is home to a collection of 40 species of mammals, 100 species of birds and 80 species of reptiles and amphibians from Israel and the surrounding region.
This includes gazelles, fallow deer, wolves, jackals, storks, pelicans, vultures, eagles, chameleons, skinks, and a range of snakes, frogs, and toads.
Guided tours of the Garden, are tailored and provide a hands-on experience combined with scientific edification.
Visits to the Zoological Garden must be coordinated in advance, see the websites to do so.