I went back to this zoo back in June 2012. Regular ticket prices are expensive to get in, but I have found that is a trend at zoos now. We had a coupon so we ended up only having to pay for one person which was nice. They give you tokens so once you are in the zoo, you can add your token to whichever animal (habitat) charity you would like. I thought that was a cool idea. The zoo itself was cool. It is built onthe side of a mountain so there was a lot of walking uphill. If you are going in the summer, bring water to drink! For like $2 you get a couple pieces of lettuce to feed to the giraffes. It was worth it to me since I got to pet a giraffe! They had a some animals out with handlers so you can touch them and ask questions (turtles, wallaby). Most of the enclosures are with a glass front so some of the animals are really easy to see. The lioness was right up front putting it's paws on the glass. Like every zoo some animals you have to search to find, which is a good thing since their enclosure is mimicking their habitat. I've been to numerous zoos across the country and this is one near the top of the list.
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