A Quick Trip to the Detroit Zoo deedsphotos
For the first time in many years I spent a couple of hours yesterday at the Detroit Zoo. What a pleasant surprise! The Zoo is now much more animal and viewer-friendly. More natural habitats have been created with the animals separated from the visitors by moats rather than bars. No more animals confined to small cages. Perhaps it was my imagination, but the animals seemed happier and looked better than I recalled from my previous visits. I had forgotten how beautiful they are--the regal lions, massive and powerful rhinos, the smiling dromedary pals, the almost human apes, the sleek Bengal tiger, and the incredibly beautiful peacocks and macaws.
Highly recommended for a day when the weather is nice.
$7 child 2-12 yrs.
$9 senior 62 yrs.
Free child under 2 yrs.
Try it. You'll like it!
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