The Kiev Zoo is well popular for its collection of wild animals; it is one of the biggest zoos in the previous Soviet Union and the main zoo in Kiev, Ukraine. Arranged on around 40 hectares 99 acres, The Kiev Zoo was first established in 1909 by the Nature Lovers Society and was financed by different private gifts. Inevitably, the sanctuary was found in the Kiev Botanical Garden.
It was accounted for those stray creatures unnerved the representatives of the garden. The zoo is likewise an exploration focus, taking a shot at acclimatization of farm land creatures, safeguarding and generation of uncommon creatures, for example, the Amur tigers, buffaloes, Przewalski's Horses and some others.