I'd definitely recommend a trip here. This isn't your typical zoo; rather it's an opportunity to support a local non-profit and see indigenous animals of this region. The neat and heartwarming thing is that the animals are all rescues. They can't be released back into the wild due to injury, imprinting from humans, illegal seizure. What I really loved about this place is that it allows the animals ample room (adjusted accordingly) to roam around and whatnot in their natural surroundings. I always prefer this type of environment for the animals and the bonus is that you have the chance for close encounters. At a $7.00 admission price, don't miss this delightful and worthwhile attraction.
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