Beautiful grounds and many types of animals to see. We had a Groupon so the cost was minimal...unless you wanted to pet the baby tigers OR wanted pictures of said petting. Each of those was extra $20-$25 to be exact for each. I'm not even sure how much it was to swim with the tigers, but it was an additional cost as well. You cannot take ANY pictures at all during the entire trip. Why? I don't know. My big concern is why does this attraction always have baby tigers? They are breeding them which I guess from an endangered standpoint, this is good, but to be bred to live the rest of your life in captivity is sad--especially when the cages they were in were not as large as they should be (in my opinion). Also, the misleading information about what causes some tigers to be white concerns me. The reason there are even white tigers is because they are inbred and they usually have some type of birth defects. This was not the entire story told here, they just mentioned a recessive gene. So, if you want to see animals, go, but honestly Big Cat Rescue in Tampa lets you take pictures and gives you a much better education about their cats (no other animals except cats however).
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