The staff need to practice what they preach by treating all animal species humanely.
The rabbits were pushed on kids for a picture and the rabbit seemed barley alive. Obviously the rabbit was either sick or tired or both, but the women kept chasing people down to get pictures taken with the poor thing simply because she needs to hit her quota! It was almost comical to watch as the staff member ran from person to person as if she was competing on a game show to get as many pictures as possible before the buzzer..
The Orangatangs are kept in cages smaller than a prison cell in Alcatraz and the Elephant is so depressed and bored an has no interaction others of her kind....depressing and sad to say the least.
Paying higher prices for food, beverages or souvenirs I understand, but the whole picture thing and feeding the Kangaroo's over and over all day long is unnecessary. There are other ways to run a profitable business while providing a great life for animals in confinement.
If the executives of this circus focused less on the exploitation of the animals and the attractions in the name of maximizing profits by building a money making machine, and focused on actually practicing real education and animal care I would take my family there again.
I will go back in a few months to see if changes have been made....
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