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    the lorikeets dont love you, they just want that sweet seet sugar water

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    Wife and I brought our 3 year old here, we all had a blast! Still don’t know who lucky is… Great staff and clean. Lots and lots and lots of birds, with the “aquarium” was bigger. Great place to take your kids.

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    I’m sorry I patronized a place that treats animals, especially the poor, lone elephant, inhumanely. Quite frankly, every animal I saw looked lethargic and depressed. I understand that San Antonio is a hot, dry place, but isn’t there SOMETHING that can be done to make the habitats a little more lush and plush? The San Antonio Zoo has great potential, but right now, it’s doing a better job of making a spectacle of the animals than educating visitors about how best to preserve and protect them.

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    Pros: lots of different species, n even have dbl layer cages like: armadillos on ground and monkeys in the trees all same cage. The way the park is designed is freakin awesome and really intrigues you. So pretty cool. Cons: alot of animals were limping, or had stitches, just seemed very poorly taken care of. Animals seem very depressed, not very active, and in alot of pain. The asian elephant and many other animals didnt have water to cool off in in this texas heat. Most of the exhibits have no grass and are just concrete with a lil sand or clay of some sort. All exhibits were infested with flies, and some were pouring over with feces. There are alot of babies right now in the zoo, so that was a small plus. The birds seem like they were being taken well care of, but its all the zebras, ostriches, elephants, rhinos, and mang othere well sized species were not…. I dont know if its a budget thing or private funding, but the commisioner or zoo manager need to open there eyes. There has to be a veterinarian there who cries themselves to sleep at night, because of these conditions.

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    I enjoy going here, but there will be times where the weather can be pretty unbearable. Try to find shade while you’re at it. The best part about it though is hanging around in Brackenridge Park and visiting the Japanese Tea Gardens.