The Dallas Zoo is planning to open a new exhibit featuring a giant black bear and an ostrich called a panda at its newly opened National Zoo.
The new exhibit, which will be called “Black Bear & Panda,” will feature a live black bear, a large panda, and an ostriches.
The exhibit, created by a group of artists and zoo patrons, will debut in May, and will feature three giant black bears and three giant panda cubs, according to zoo spokesman Michael Johnson.
The bears will be paired with the ostrich, which was selected to represent a new species that is being called the “panda in a bear suit.”
The exhibit will be a partnership between the zoo and local artists, who will work on the exhibit in collaboration with local artists.
The giant pangas, named Dallés and Pangas de Tijuana, will have their own exhibit with artwork by local artists and a new set of prints that will be sold by the zoo.
“We are honored to be partnering with the Dallas Zoo to open the new exhibit to the public, and hope that this collaboration will inspire the public to discover and enjoy our wildlife at our zoo,” Johnson said in a statement.
The new exhibit will open to the general public in late April.
The Dallas Zoo currently houses more than 2,500 species of animals, including tigers, lions, and giraffes, among other species.
The Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, one of the nation’s busiest, houses the largest collection of wildlife in the world, according the zoo’s website.