In American zoos nocturnal exhibits have taken some interesting turns in recent years. Some nocturnal houses have shut down altogether ("World of Night" in the Bronx Zoo, Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle, San Diego Zoo's kiwi house, San Francisco Zoo's nocturnal primate gallery). Some nocturnal exhibits are being built or reopened. *The Los Angeles Zoo recently reopened their nocturnal Australia house with a wombat, echidnas, woylies, and sugar gliders. *Disney's Animal Kingdom is preparing a night safari for their Kilimanjaro Safari Tour. Supposedly this will feature spotted hyenas in addition to species already in the savanna collection. *The San Diego Zoo is building a nocturnal exhibit for aye-ayes (and possibly other species?). What is the status of nocturnal exhibits in Europe, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, etc. Is there anything new in the works? Are any current nocturnal exhibits slated for closure?