The main thing I think other reviewers are missing is that this is a preserve, not a zoo. I went there expecting to see happy animals that were rescued for one reason or another and that is exactly what is there. It's clear that the animals come first and visitors second and that is as it should be. All of the animals were active and none of them seemed distressed. They explained that the tiger cub was bred as part of an effort to reduce future inbreeding when the wild population needed to be increased; before the gene pool decreases too much. My husband and I did the tiger experience and it made our entire trip. We're already planning another trip to Maine and hope to stop when the adult tigers are back in residence
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