I want to thank you for providing my first in-depth look inside (and outside) this so-called exhibit. So far I have mainly seen photos of the outside building which led me to have a negative impression. Now that I have seen the inside as well I can safely say it is not as bad as I thought - it is far worse! This is the ugliest, most hideous waste of money in the history of zoos. In my opinion it is enough to cause Indianapolis to have their accreditation revoked, because they clearly have no desire to promote protection of the natural world. What message does this send? It's ok if we destroy the rainforest because orangutans don't really need it, they can just live in the city that replaces the forest as long as the city has poles for them to climb on? Words are not adequate to describe my disdain for this project. It might be okay as a performing arts center or a modern art museum. But as an animal habitat? Seriously, what were they thinking?