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Mobile Zoo, Wilmer

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TripAdvisor
  • Small, yet full of a variety of animals. Rode the train to go to the back area which can also be seen by outlook walk.  more »
  • Finally USDA is shutting this place down once and for all. No one should visit or support places like this, they pose as non profits "helping" exotic animals. They don't acquire theses animals because...  more »
  • The kids were disappointed. They were expecting more animals. Not a good outing for the family. It smells like urine. It looks awesome on line but it wasn't. We are very unhappy with it.  more »
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  • Don't compare this zoo to a full size city zoo with a large amount of funding. Yes the cages are smaller than typical, and the facility may not be as nice, but it is still a great zoo. The owner really cares for the animals and he does his best with the amount of revenue he generates. This zoo was formed from a guy who bought rescue animals that were facing death and put them in a locked safe environment for people to view and help feed them and give them suitable conditions. Once you understand that you will appreciate the zoo much more.
  • Worst zoo ever. Horrible staff, very rude and disrespectful. Not kid friendly, which is kind of the point of a zoo. And please don't get me started on the cleanliness, yuck. I don't know when the last time they cleaned any of their cages. They are not equipped to care for these poor animals properly. It's just an awful place that promotes animal cruelty.
  • Great for family's to see different animals and if you call and ask about feeding to lions and tigers. They will set up a date and tell you what you will need to do so. Also they have some beautiful birds that will talk to you. The price of the visits cheap brought you will want to go all the time.
  • We had such a great time. The staff was so great walking through with us and telling us about the different animals and their history. We got to feed the tigers some steak. We fed peanuts to the birds and bears. Beautiful peacocks were walking around everywhere. We had one problem though. While we were walking around, a peacock kept attacking our car and scratched up the side of our car. They warn you with signs, but we didn't think about up front. Park away from the front door area. Nice peaceful and relaxing to walk through.
  • Had a good time, but felt sorry for the animals. The birds are in small cages. With all the empty areas there it would be nice for them to have the birds in an avairy so they could at least spread their wings. With the property they have they need to increase the areas for each of the big cats. They don't have enough room to run and no tree limbs to climb like cats love to do. It is also a shame that a lot of the animals were by themselves, it seems they would be happier if they had a mate or buddy. Most animals like to belong to a pack. Hopefully they can take all the areas not being used and refurbish areas.