The Wild Times Zoo
HAVE A WILD TIME AT WILD TIMES ZOO!
We have just gotten a new primates exhibit in our zoo! This exhibit will include many different primates such as monkeys, apes, gorillas and chimps! You can learn so much about primates once you have checked out our new exhibit!
Our zoo had partnered with 1951 to have a fundraiser dinner on the forth of July! Be sure to stop over and have a bite, this is an amazing opportunity to spend time with your family and have some family fun! Not only will it be fun, it will help support us and help out the zoo!
Make sure to come on in the zoo to hopefully find a glance at wives' of Packer players caring and helping out with the animals! Every Friday morning they will stop over and take care of some of their animals! To find out more about the Packers visit the site below!
Our zoo includes an aquatic, reptiles, big cats, primates, small mammals, penguins, large mammals, and amphibians exhibit! Our most recent, primates contains monkeys, gorillas and apes. Aquatic animals such as dolphins, fish and seals can swim happily as you observe the fascinating animals. There are two mammal exhibits: one for larger mammals and one for smaller mammals. Along with the mammals, there are large cats; this exhibit houses tigers, leopards and lions. We also have penguins of all different types and breeds! Another exhibit is the amphibians, which houses frogs and turtles. Very different from amphibians, we have the reptiles, which has snakes, tortoises and more! Come on to explore the many new animal and new primate exhibit!
We have a variety of reptiles including snakes, come over to see this amazing diamondback rattlesnake.
In our amazing aquatic animal exhibit we include the very intelligent animals, dolphins, these creatures will amaze you
The snow leopards are in our large cat exhibit, these animals can also be known as cougars or pumas, or panthers.
This is a Tiger Salamander, it has beautiful stripes and casn be found along with the rest of the amphibians
This proud silver back gorilla lurks in our new primates exhibit, along with other monkeys, apes and chips.
This emperor penguin is one of many different breeds of penguins in the penguin exhibit.