I was extremely disappointed in this zoo; as were the others in our party. The zoo covers a lot of land but has minimal animals. Most exhibit areas contained no animals. Oddly enough there were signs on several exhibits that stated not to be alarmed if the animals were not present as they might be resting. Seriously? I have visited several zoos before and the resting animals are generally in sight in the back areas of their exhibit. It is a shame that a zoo has the land space and exhibit area that is found here and does not have the animals. In the gibbons exhibit which is quite large there was one pitiful looking gibbons laying on the ground face-down. Several people actually thought he was dead. However we stood around awhile and finally saw him move, although he did not look well. We did happen to speak to a local person who had been visiting the zoo for years and she stated that the lack of animals had been constantly getting worse over the years and that animals frequently died at that zoo. It was quite a shock for us as we thought this would be an outstanding zoo and were excited to get to go there. We were very frustrated by the time we left and felt that the day had been a complete waste of time.
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