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Asian Forest Sanctuary - Mineral Lick

August 2009. Sumatran tigers, white-cheeked gibbons, siamangs, lowland anoas, small-clawed otters, malayan tapirs and crested porcupines rotate through a series of 5 exhibits. There are some mixed-species habitats, and zoo visitors never truly know what animal will be in each exhibit whenever they pass through the Asian Forest Sanctuary.

Asian Forest Sanctuary - Mineral Lick
snowleopard, 2 Aug 2009
    • snowleopard
      August 2009. Sumatran tigers, white-cheeked gibbons, siamangs, lowland anoas, small-clawed otters, malayan tapirs and crested porcupines rotate through a series of 5 exhibits. There are some mixed-species habitats, and zoo visitors never truly know what animal will be in each exhibit whenever they pass through the Asian Forest Sanctuary.
    • snowleopard
      On the day of my visit there were crested porcupines and small-clawed otters in this exhibit. Out of the 5 exhibits that feature rotating animals, this one obviously never holds either one of the gibbon species or the sumatran tigers as it has a low wall and is open-topped. Some of the Asian animals can possibly be viewed in any one of 5 different enclosures, but the gibbons and tigers can only be found in 3 and 4 different exhibits respectively.
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    2 Aug 2009
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