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    What a great Zoo! Loved it, will go back often and would definitely recommend this zoo as a attraction to visit.The staff are very friendly, knowledgeable, caring and compassionate about what they do. It’s set in a woodland area which lends to the experience as does the fact that its not commercialized. Viewing the animals is fantastic because of the proximity of them to the visitor. Many of the animals were born at the zoo which is a credit to the keepers. There is a cougar that is forth generation for example. Looking forward to the new season.

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    This place is no less than a den of cruelty. If we were truly a civilized society, laws would exist that prohibit the commodification of animals and abuse of them for our entertainment. If anyone actually thinks that these animals; including the black panther continually circling its 10′ x 10′ cage, are living in humane conditions, you have to be a barbarian.

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    I was rather disappointed. I thought it would have been more professional but instead it is more of a small roadside attraction with cramped cages, bored sad looking animals some of which I did not think should be so close. They had some cats near goats and stuff which must have been a tease and the poor bear looked miserable. And the coyotes, I have bigger space for my dog! I hope here is a run or something somewhere but I saw no indication of it. Same with the big cats, a couple of lions had a decent space but the rest were in tiny dark cages barely big enough for them. I’d give it a pass if you are thinking to go the price is simply not worth it.

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    please consider re-location for the animals in the zoo.. everything we know about animals now…..i’m pretty sure young people today are like “what the what?” why is there a lion here? the eco-nature movement has wisps of understanding in all of us.. it’s time has come… close the zoo & re-purpose as a potential farm for sheep or a rescue for dogs or anything else… your life can still have meaning for animals… please reach out to an organization that supports re-location…and carry on with a new vision. a person might say that this is really none of my blinkin’ business…. okay… fine….. the wisps of understanding haven’t reached you yet…the world needs stubborn people like you…it really helps those of us who still believe that soap-boxing on an issue a person is passionate about…was..& is…the best form of blowing the wisps forward…tag…you’re it.

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    My wife and I visit the Killman zoo at least once or twice a year, it’s always a cozy and welcoming place to go to.I have noticed a lot of negative reviews from people though saying how the killman zoo doesn’t have much variety in means of different animals, well or course not, The killman zoo are known for their large cats. This isn’t the Toronto zoo or lion safari people so your not going to see animals such as giraffes, Rinos ect…If you notice, when you pull into the parking lot, there is a sign which clearly say’s what kind of animals they *Do* have. So if your going to complain about them not having a large variety of animals, do your research of the place before you go. All in all a great place, I would choose to come to the Killman zoo over the Toronto zoo and lion safari anyday