Great Plains Zoo Exhibit Wins National Honor

Sep 27, 2015 |
Great Plains Zoo Exhibit Wins National Honor

The Great Plains Zoo won an award for one of its exhibits from the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. The zoo’s Snow Monkey exhibit was honored with the AZA’s Top Honors Award for Exhibit Design earlier this week.  The exhibit opened in 2013, featuring 180-degree views, water features, and colorful, engaging signs. You can see the snow monkeys 361 days a year. The Great Plains Zoo is one of only 13 zoos in the country to care for Japanese Macaques.   JavaScript is used to prov
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