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Denver Zoo’s New Tree-Top Sloth Habitat and Artificial Trees

The Denver Zoo debuted their new sloth habitat in May 2021. The habitat centers around a 22’ tall artificial tree connected to the remaining exhibit space via overhead branches and vines.  The central tree is surrounded by visitor pathways that allow patrons to view the sloths directly overhead.  Elliot and Charlotte, Denver Zoo’s two-toed resident…

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Wisconsin Rapids Recreation and Aquatic Park / Shotcrete Rockwork

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The river community of Wisconsin Rapids is interconnected by a series of bridges that link the eastern and western banks. The riverfront is home to several recreational parks and commerce. As a town of nearly 20,000 people, the Wisconsin Rapids Park District saw the need to provide residents an aquatic facility to replace the city’s…

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Australian-Themed Exhibit at the Cincinnati Zoo

The recently opened Roo Valley Australian-themed exhibit, built as part of the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden’s “More Home to Roam” vision, provides interactive fun and educational experiences for the entire family. The Kangaroo Walkabout is a barrier-free exhibit where homo sapiens and marsupials share the pathways, one may wonder, who is on exhibit here?…

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African Adventure Phase 2, Exhibit Fabrication

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It was 1957 when the Milwaukee County Zoo became COST’s first exhibit fabrication client. Sixty-three years and many exhibits later, COST is proud to have successfully completed the new African Adventure Phase 2, Hippopotamus exhibit. This is the new home for Happy and Patti, the zoo’s 38-year-old male and 49-year-old female hippos. The new exhibit…

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Reptile Exhibits at Huber Woods Park

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Huber Woods Park recently completed a renovation of their reptile exhibit house, a longtime marquee attraction of the New Jersey park. The building, constructed in 1927, was originally a garage to the historic Hans Huber House, which exists today as the Huber Woods Environmental Center. The park’s reptile and amphibian collection were added to the…

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