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Robert J. LaFortune WildLIFE Trek Life in the Cold showcases animals, such as chinchillas and grizzly bears, who prefer to live and thrive within cold environments.
Robert J. LaFortune WildLIFE Trek Life in the Desert features animals, such as naked mole rats and black-footed cats, who have unique adaptions that enable them to live within deserts.
Robert J. LaFortune WildLIFE Trek Life in the Forest houses a variety of animals that live in forests. Highlighted animals include bobcats and crocodile monitors.
Robert J. LaFortune WildLIFE Trek Life in the Water features a variety of animals that live within the later. Some of the featured animals include lionfish and seahorses.
Mary K. Chapman Rhino Reserve is a naturalistic home with indoor and outdoor features for white rhinos, African crowned cranes, springbok antelope, and white storks.
Oceans and Islands take visitors to an area resembling a tropical island. Visitors can explore various animals, such as African penguins and sea lions, as well as the architectural elements of this exhibit, such as the shipwreck elements.
The Rainforest is an attraction home to a variety of animals that are typically found within Central and South America. One of the highlighted animals of this exhibit is the two-toed sloth, who roam freely throughout the exhibit. Thus, visitors can truly have an interactive experience within this attraction.
Lost Kingdom is a new exhibit at the Tulsa Zoo coming in 2017. Lost Kingdom will be an entire complex dedicated to providing visitors with a truly unique, up close, and even interactive experience. Visitors will be able to explore various indoor and outdoor aspects of the complex that resembles ancient cultures, such as the city and civilizations of Angkor-Wat.
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