Great Plains Zoo must be seen

As you are walking into the Great Plains Zoo & Delbridge Museum of Natural History there is a thank you sign… It thanks people for going to see as well as supporting their cause; The Great Plains Zoo & Delbridge Museum of Natural History is open 361 mornings a year.

There are more than 1000 critters from 137 species. This includes 24 critters that are on the endangered species list. The Great Plains zoo is over 45 acres with up-close views to critters not normally found in the greater zoos. These critters include Bears, tigers, primates, rhinos, an award-winning Snow Monkey exhibit, as well as giraffes, along with the live critters they also have the Delbridge Museum of Natural History. The museum houses a collection of 150 mounted critters that includes 38 ‘vanishing species’. The first time I was in the zoo, I was overwhelmed with everything I was seeing. I couldn’t suppose all the wild critters I could see. I was a bit put-off by the mounted critters. I thought it was cruel as well as inhuman, however when I was told they were found dead, or killed. After coming here for a couple of years, I knew I wanted to toil here. They had some hired employees, as well as I was willing to be a guide, if that is all they provided. I have no problem telling people who are new to the area that the Great Plains Zoo & Delbridge Museum of Natural History is a must-see, and maybe someday they’ll realize what a good employee I could be as well as hire me. I thought it may be because I was almost seventy, however they do have a sign on the wall that says they do not discriminate.

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