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It would be amazing to see all of what's down there, but unfortunately I don't think a tour like that would hit off well. Many people would be quite hesitant to the idea of looking for the remains, and it wouldn't bring in support from those animal right activists either. That aside I'm with you. I'd love to just poke around and see.
Speaking of Swan Lake... Do you know what ever happened to school of Paddlefish the zoo released into the lake a couple of years ago? There was this whole big thing about them for a while, but they don't even have the Paddlefish listed on their website anymore.
A new baby Potto was born at the Cincinnati Zoo December 8th. It is too early to tell the gender of the baby. This baby makes the eighth Pottos at the Cincinnati Zoo. There are only sixteen in captivity in the United States.