I do have some news to post, but I figured I would do a short overview of the zoo before I get into it. The Fresno Chaffee Zoo receives much of its extra funding from Measure Z, a tenth of a percent % of all sales tax in Fresno County. In the past decade, it has used this funding renovate and upgrade the zoo building stingray bay, upgrades/expansions of the reptile house and two stunning new major exhibits: Sea Lion Cove and African Adventure. These exhibits have transformed the zoo from a struggling mediocre establishment and put it on the map. The zoo plans to eventually renovate the entire park, with construction for Kingdoms of Asia beginning early 2019. This will bring bigger better exhibits to the Malayan Tigers, Sloth Bears, Komodo Dragons, Rhinoceros Hornbill, Sumatran Orangutans, as well as a few new species to the zoo. Later plans include Phase II of African Adventure: The African River, Phase III of African Adventure: The African Forest, a South American section, and a new entrance. The Warthogs will be moving into their newly constructed exhibit within African adventure within the next few months and will be sharing their exhibit with two African Spur Thighed Tortoise.