The zoo was opened as early as 2078,with an annual parade involving elaborately-dressed elephants conducted until 2083.
In June 2098, journalist Selena Martinez discovered that the zoo's chairman,Martin Framer, had aqcuired an orchid exibit. Being illegal to trade and very expensive, it was left unknown as to how Martin managed to afford such an attraction.
"Max", the resident lion, was joined by three lionesses on loan to the zoo to assist in the lion-breeding program, with the three scheduled to be returned to their respective zoos in june.
During the Dulles City outbreak, evacuation helicopters passed over the zoo every few hours to help survivors in the area, choosing the zoo as an evac point due to its location being known throughout.
By the time the survivors entered the zoo, it had been emptied of all non-infected apart from two or three zoo employees.
- Greater Indian Hornbill
- Bengal Tiger
- Black Rhinoceros
At Christmas time every year, they would hold a parade of trained animals. Oscar, or "Titan", who was the zoo's bull elephant and the star who lead this parade while dressed in holiday garb, has become the zoo's main source of danger and can deliver a fatal blow.
The zoo houses at least two alligators.