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    Just left from there and I must say, it was actually very depressing. I get that they’re “just alligators” but those poor things look miserable. Half of em looked dead. And all they get to eat is dog good. Really? Smh. Felt exceptionally bad for the little goats. They’re starved! You can hand-feed them, thru the wires, and they practically attack the food. Kids will probably like it because they don’t understand animal cruelty but for an adult who has empathy for animals? Not a place to go.

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    Went there as a stop on our vacation in Shreveport. it was a nice park. Many alligators of all sizes. Kids loved it. About 50 bucks for 6 of us to get in. Gift shop had some interesting stuff and was not overpriced. Get a few bags of feed too. Go to Natchitocges town to eat. Go to the river for shops and local restaurants.

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    Great day out. Definitely recommend this as a must see 🙂

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    Our first trip to LA and we wanted to see real gators so we went to this park. I can understand the gators living quarters to be nasty but the caged and penned animals were living in filth. No excuse for this. Some of the animals were in such filthy water that mosquito larvae was swimming around in their water. The womens bathroom was also filthy. This place needs to be regulated by law.I do NOT recommend going there. We could not get out of there fast enough. Hold your nose it stinks!!!I live on a farm so I know what animals are supposed to smell like and how to keep their pens clean.

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