This is definitely a sanctuary, and should be called so. It is interesting as a sanctuary, not a zoo. Small, but able to get very close to the animals. Good idea, good effort, but needs to be cleaned up and marketed for what it truly is. Enjoyed it with our toddlers, but definitely made sure to wash their hands really good when we left =)
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