Detroit, Michigan, is home to more than 500 species of wildlife.
That’s a lot of animals.
The Detroit Zoo is home, as are its two zoo cabins, a bird sanctuary, an aquarium, and an aviary.
But that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
Detroit Zoo animals include two black bears, two lions, and a white rhinoceros.
Other notable species at the zoo include a yellow-tailed deer, a raccoon, and two African grey parrots.
Detroit has a zoo-wide population of 1,811 animals, according to the Detroit Zoo.
The city is home of the Detroit Zoological Society, which organizes public and private events.
Animals at the Detroit zoo are not confined to the zoo cabanas.
For instance, there is a large exhibit in the zoo called The Jungle, which is home for more than 60 species of birds.
Animals can be kept in cages and on platforms, and there are also outdoor areas for visitors to interact with the animals.
There are no animal enclosures for animals, and visitors must be at least six feet tall to enter.
A few people have even taken to using animal enclaves for their own personal petting zoo.
Animals in Detroit have also been known to attack other animals in the city.
Last year, a woman in the Detroit area was attacked by a Bengal tiger while she was on the zoo’s patio.
A tiger had been roaming the area and was threatening other animals.
When the woman tried to take her tiger outside, the tiger attacked her and dragged her to the street.
A woman who lived in the area also suffered an injury to her leg, but was able to drive away safely.
In February, a tiger attacked a baby goat on a farm.
A zoo staff member was injured during the attack, and the goat was later killed.
Other incidents of zoo attacks have included a tiger that attacked a cat and a bull in August and a tiger jumping over a fence and attacking a horse in December.
The zoo is located in a community park and the zoo is only open to the public on weekends.
Detroit zoo staff members are trained to use tranquilizers and chemical sprays to reduce the risk of injuries for visitors.
A number of animals have been euthanized after being attacked, including a bull calf that was attacked in January.
But animals can still get hurt when they are in the wild.
On November 1, 2017, a Bengal tigress was found to have been severely injured when she tried to climb over a railing and into a cage.
Her head was fractured and she needed surgery.
A bull calf and a baby tiger were also found to be injured by a tigrous lion in October.
Other animals have also had their jaws broken by tigers, which has led to more serious injuries to other animals at the zoos.
Last week, an animal suffered a broken jaw when a tiger bit a dog in Michigan.
Animals have also gotten into fights with each other.
On June 24, a bull cub that was in the enclosure of the zoo was attacked and killed by a tiger.
On October 19, a lion attacked and bit a cat in Michigan, injuring its face.
On March 29, a tamed leopard was injured by another lion in a cage at the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
On July 27, a wild cow was attacked after getting tangled in a rope and its head snapped off.
On December 13, a male bull calf was attacked on the edge of the sanctuary, and died from his injuries.
Some of the animals have died due to other injuries.
Detroit is also home to a wildlife rehabilitation center.
The Wayne County Rehabilitation Center for Animals (WRCA) is home primarily to dogs and cats.
It has been used by about 1,600 animals since it opened in 2008, according the Wayne County Veterinary Medical Examiner’s Office.
The center is run by Wayne County Animal Care Services, a private nonprofit organization.
The facility is equipped with a veterinary clinic and the ability to euthanize animals if they have been exposed to disease or other stressors.
The WRCA is also a safe haven for people who are trying to escape animal abuse, as the facility does not allow pets in the buildings.
Animals must have access to water, food, and medical care, and all visitors must follow guidelines to avoid injuries.
The organization’s website says that animals at WRCA have never had to be euthanised, and that animals can be placed in “safe, secure, and humanely managed settings.”
In addition to the wild animals, the zoo has a large outdoor exhibit for reptiles and amphibians.
In the winter, animals can spend time outdoors in a large indoor enclosure called the Zoological Garden.
It is open to visitors for free during the summer.
The animals are treated in the same way as people, and they have access back into the zoo for a small fee. In 2018,