Poorly designed, poorly maintained, poor animals!!! The otters really made me sad because when we came up to the glass they were scrambling toward us and then at the door that leads to the feeding area. Ok, I don't know their feeding schedule but it just seemed like they hadn't eaten in a very long time. Not to mention that their habitat was dark, dirty, and leaking. The sloth (the animal which my husband and I adore) looked so depressed, which is tough for a sloth as they always look like they're smiling. All the fish were barely visible as their tanks were very cloudy and dirty. Some of the exhibits looked like belong in a cheap state fair side show or ripley's believe it or not. Please don't give them money, because they clearly don't use it to help the animals. :(
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