Zoos are something virtually everyone has heard of, and at some point there is a high probability just about everyone has visited one. To put it simple, a zoo is "an establishment which maintains a collection of wild animals, typically in a park or gardens, for study, conservation, or display to the public." Depending on where you live and how well-funded and maintained your local zoo is, you could easily see a wide variety of global animals right in front of your face that you would never see otherwise, unless worldwide travel comes easy to you. (For most people, that would be way too expensive.)
On top of animal conservation, education is a key component to the zoo experience. People of all ages can learn about wild animals from antelope and zebras to lions, tigers, and bears (oh my!) But if your interest isn't already peaked, these zoos have added an adorable and hilarious element of creativity to bringing in guests: they're posting reviews of their animals, similar to the sorts of reviews you might see from buyers on Amazon! It's an adorable way to spread education about a variety of zoo animals and they're surprisingly informative for how funny they are. Check some of them out here!
Kicking off my favorite, new, animal-related trend is the Oregon Zoo and their 4-star review of otters.
Their hilarious review of their albino alligator definitely raised the bar.
They changed their albino alligator rating to 5-stars!
This owl review has us howling with laughter.
"Actually a weasel."
And it only gets funnier.
Fun fact: the platypus is one of the few living mammals to produce venom.
Asking for a friend.
A pleasant spin on a potentially dangerous beast.
Never doubt again, thanks Woodland Park Zoo.
This review definitely amplifies our obsession.
This one is just too accurate.
Happy, but not a smiling leaf.
This is vulture appreciation at its finest.
He still gets 4 stars, though.
You either love them or hate them. There is no in between.