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I would want to live in a zoo, but not just any zoo. There is an indoor zoo in Montreal, Canada. The animals can walk free out of their little cages and walk where the people walk. I would be able to swim with penguins, climb with the monkeys, and even play in the gift shop. Plus, I enjoy reading and studying about biology. That indoor zoo is paradise. Here are some other reasons why I would want to live at that particular zoo and other zoos.
Well, let’s start with the animals. I would treasure being in a zoo because of animals. What’s a zoo without animals? There can be proboscis monkeys. Now a proboscis monkey is endangered so it is extremely rare to see one. You can see lions and tigers. One of my personal favorites is the reptile and amphibian house. That’s where snakes, turtles, toads, and frogs stay at. There can also be elephants, giraffes, zebras, and antelope. I also admire the crocodilians and alligators. Crocodilians are a different species of crocodiles. I personally absolutely enjoy watching the penguins. The beautiful birds like the parrots and cockatoos flying in the air make me feel like I am able to fly. Another one of my personal favorites are the butterflies.
I would play and sleep in the gift shop. There would be toys, more toys, and even more toys. There aren’t just toys in the gift shop. There are clothes and books. The clothes would keep me warm and the books would help my education explode! That’s why I’d want to have the gift shop be part of my “zoo house”. Have you been to the Florida Zoo? The Florida Zoo has a water park and a playground. I could play all day!
This is why I’d treasure living in a zoo for the rest of my life. See you there! If you were forced to live the rest of your life in a library, a zoo, or a museum, which would you choose and why?
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