This zoo is sponsored by the Governor Singson. It has the advantage of being free and interactive with some animals. I enjoyed walking through the butterfly habitat.
Negatively, some of the animals look tired, depressed, and overworked. At the entrance where three tigers of which one just walked around the cage perimeter and seemed very thirsty. There was a pool dug but without water. The water in the trough was inadequate and looked dirty. A fourth tiger was near the show stage. It was chained as it was not caged but looked tired and weary not to mention depressed. The goose pond looked quite unsanitary and like it is rarely looked after.
Trying to be respectful, to me its like it is publicly accessible private zoo, if that makes sense.
Again I have mixed feelings about this venue. More attention to the animal welfare would go a long way.
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