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The adventure at The Dallas World Aquarium begins at the top of the rainforest exhibit, where exotic birds, such as Cocks-of-the-rock and many species of toucans, can be seen. Lounging around are Two-toed and Three-toed sloths. Endangered animals...more
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Loved it. Many varieties of birds, monkeys, small animals and aquarium items. We had five adults and two kids in our party. The parking is $10 additional. Beware of panhandlers wandering the lot. We all had several photo opportunities in all the tropical foliage. The...More
This place is not a humane place for animals. They have a jaguar in an enclosed space. Most species have very limited room to move. Yes, children like it but that’s because they don’t see the hardships the animals are in during. This place is...More
Dallas' slice of rain forest in downtown! The Aquarium actually has just as many exhibits of birds and other animals as it does aquatic life. At the right times you can catch curators bringing animals around the walkways right up close - the sloth is...More
This was my first time visiting the aquarium and I decided to bring my parents who were visiting from Florida. Everyone working there was very nice and the ticket line moved very fast.
I liked the overall flow of the experience, thought it felt more...More
For an indoor zoo, this place is a good way to enjoy wildlife. At peak hours, good luck trying to get a good picture shot because of the limited space to move around (indoor zoo, what do you expect?) Parents should pay close attention to...More
I loved it from the minute I set foot on this place. Its nicely arranged so animals have sort of freedom and theres a lot of hidden sea creatures to discover. Its well instructed on how to follow the place but they will still you...More