” is a special education and outreach exhibit that features
programs with live white tigers. Tiger
trainers will engage in conservation and education programs which goals are to
promote and excite people to the many conservation issues involving the last
five remaining species of tigers in the wild.
program exhibit has many daily activities such as daily feeding times, trainer
conservation talks, and public participation. The public will be able to
observe the trainers while feeding and handling the tigers which is an event that
guest will not soon forget, and will also further
the conservation interest in these magnificent animals.
Royal White Tiger has been extinct from the wild since 1958, but in 2010, India
started a program to re-introduce the tigers back into the wild. The first
White Tiger that came to the
there are just under 60 of these magnificent animals on exhibit in
the large scale zoo’s in the United States, and it is believed just
over 400 are in captive in the world.
While visiting this exhibit, there will be animal keepers available to answer questions and to perform daily shows. There are various tiger feedings throughout the day that visitors can partake in for a minimal fee. This is a must see exhibit, so don't forget your cameras!
- Exhibit Entry: $3 per person.
- Visitors will receive a wristband to come back as many times as they would like that same day.