I have only ever been in NYC during the winter so every time I visit the Bronx Zoo the vast majority of the animal exhibits are closed. However Jungleworld stays open year around and I have read some interesting opinions about it. Here are my thoughts: Binturong and Tree kangaroo island enclosures are inadequately landscaped, if I designed these exhibits I would build more climbing structures to allow them to get higher off the ground Tapir enclosure was too small in actual land area, the beach should extend out much more, it is surrounded by too much water, and the tapir was just packing back and forth on the beach Various primate enclosures were top notch, lushly landscaped and plenty of climbing structures Jaguar glass fronted enclosure was way too small, they are big cats and should have much more space There is so much space inside one of the exhibits housing the otters and monkeys together, they should introduce more bird species such as parrots or horn bills. I do like how they exhibit bats in the area too. Also interesting why they do not exhibit more ground dwelling animals such as forest deer. They seem to focus mostly on primates.