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Originally known only as the Eden Park Greenhouse, in 1937 it was renamed in honor of Irwin M.
The zoo also has other breeding programs including South African cheetahs, Sumatran rhinoceros, Indochinese tigers, Malayan tigers, western lowland gorillas, pottos, and Masai giraffes.
The Cincinnati Zoo was the home of Martha, the last living passenger pigeon, which died there in 1914.
Known as the "Queen City" or "Queen of the West," Cincinnati was the only 19th century American city that left a favorable impression on the then 30-year-old English author Charles Dickens.
“Cincinnati is a beautiful city; cheerful, thriving, and animated,” Dickens wrote in “American Notes.” “I have not often seen a place that commends itself so favorably and pleasantly to a stranger at the first glance as this does: with its clean houses of red and white, its well-paved roads, and foot-ways of bright tile.
Krohn, who served as Board of Park Commissioner from 1912 to 1948.