“INTERACT WITH BABY ANIMALS
YOU WOULD HAVE NEVER THOUGHT POSSIBLE”
Have you ever dreamt of holding a “furry baby” in your arms and sharing interactive activities with the most exotic animals in South Florida?
At the Zoological Wildlife Foundation you can achieve this dream by seeing animals right in front of you and learning from a knowledgeable guide about what makes each creature so unique. The Zoological Association of America (ZAA) ranks the ZWF No. 21 of the top 25 Zoos in the United States.
The Zoo houses dozens of exotic species from domestic animals and primates to large predatory birds and mammals. Some of their private collection includes but is not limited to: Gibbons, Mandrill, Mangabeys, Squirrel Monkeys, Two Toed Sloths, Lemurs, Coatimundi, Owls, Snakes, Alligators, Crocodiles, Giant Anteater, Tamanduas, Porcupine, Dromedary Camels, Foxes, Wolfs, Tigers, Lions, Snow Leopards, Clouded Leopard, Serval, and mischievous Capuchin monkeys – like those seen in many movies.
Written by Estefania Arosemena * Original article can be found here.