What is the price of the Australian Zoo?
Meerkats are not native to Australia, so there are no wild meerkats in the country. Meerkats are native to Southern Africa, mostly in the Kalahari Desert, a very long way away from Australia. Meerkats can be found at many Australian zoos, such as Taronga Zoo, Halls Gap Zoo, Werribee Open Range Zoo, Melbourne Zoo and Monarto Zoo.
I'm pretty sure they live in rainforests around the world and in Africa. Also if you don't want to travel that far you can always go to likes of the Werribee Zoo or the Melbourne Zoo or any local Zoo and you should see one. Also the Australian Zoo is a great place to get up close and personal with animals and I'm sure they would have a tiger or two there as well.
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The price of admission to the National Zoo (Smithsonian) is free. There is only a fee for parking. The National Zoo was founded by congress in the late 1800's and like the White House was intended to belong to the people. Donations and Membership are encouraged and accepted. Lauren Piraino Gloucester, MA
That sort of information is not usually circulated unless it is particularly newsworthy. The highest price listed in catalogues for an Australian One Dollar note is for the 1968 Commonwealth of Australia, Coombs/Randall Star Replacement note in the prefix range AGE to AHY, in mint uncirculated condition. The quoted price is $10,800 AUD. This price should not be regarded as indicative for all Australian One Dollar notes. The going rate for circulated notes in good…