I could echo what the last 2 reviewers said. As an animal lover, I was looking forward to seeing these animals who had been "rescued or received as orphans and had been bottle-fed". I left feeling very depressed. The animals are in small enclosures - especially the one tiger and the prairie dogs; the place is run down and neglected. There was a camel lying on its side, kicking with its one leg. I watched him for a while, hoping that he would get up, but he never did. I asked one of the workers there if he was ok. "Oh yes", he said, "he just likes to lie down. In fact, some times we have to push him up". That sounded more like a sick and/or depressed animal to me. Honestly, I wish the place would close down and offer their animals to a facility that can take better care of them. And yes, just as the other reviewer said, there were no handwash stations or hand sanitizer. The ladies' bathroom had no soap or paper towels. I know a lot of these small zoos have gone out of business due to poor attendance, and maybe there's good reason for that. I had my camera ready to take pictures, but what I saw was so sad, I had no desire to capture it on film. The only picture I took was of a peacock who was walking around in the grass outside the facility. He looked reasonably healthy....perhaps because he was free to roam.
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