– What’s up guys, we are here at the Wildlife World Zoo,
Aquarium, and Safari Park, and we’re gonna spend the day doing all the attractions,
seeing all the animals, and experiencing Adventureland
for the very first time. You guys excited? – Yeah. – Apparently, there’s a zipline that goes across the animal compound, so we get to see the animals from, I don’t know, 50 feet
above, 100 feet above. Something like that. I’m excited, you guys excited? You excited, you excited. – I’m excited. – Let’s go! (ambient music) It’s got a cool mohawk goin’ on, see it? He’s not being, he’s being antisocial. He’s being antisocial. Panning out the back. – [Sierra] They’re so cool. That’s why I love the monkeys. Yeah, you get to watch them do stuff. – [Clintus] They’re playing tag. (laughs) They totally are. – The monkeys are from
West and East Africa. – [Clintus] East Africa, huh? How’d you know that? – ‘Cause I read the sign. – [Clintus] There’s a sign. So, this place is educational too. Learn a little bit about the
animals that you’re watching. Right, right? – In the zoo, monkeys and
giraffes are my favorite ’cause I love watching the monkeys. – [Clintus] Monkeys and giraffes? – Yeah. – Look at him sit, that guy’s just like… – [Clintus] What’s he doin’? – He’s just sitting like this. – [Sierra] And he has his arm on his leg. – [Clintus] Like a person, huh? – [Bryce and Sierra] Yeah. – [Sierra] Look at him. It’s so cool. – [Bryce] Or monkeys came from us. – [Clintus] Oh, he used
his foot, did you see that? – [Sierra] Yeah. – [Clintus] Who are these? Scarlet Ibis. Pretty, pretty birds. Pretty birds, pretty birds. (birds chirping) – [Sierra] That’s so cool. – [Voiceover] He’s
puttin’ a show on, look. – [All] Wow! – [Tiffany] Woah, look at that. – [Bryce] What is he doing? – [Sierra] Those are monkeys too, huh? – [Tiffany] Yep, those are gibbons. – [Bryce] Woah. – [Clintus] He just flies, huh? – [Bryce] Yeah. – [Clintus] West African Crowned Crane. Hey, over here, dude. He’s lookin’ at the
other birds back there. – Holy moley. – [Tiffany] Isn’t that pretty?
– [Sierra] Umbrella Cockatoo. – [Bryce] That is so pretty. – [Sierra] Wait, no sorry,
that’s not the Umbrella Cockatoo. – [Tiffany] Wow. Thanks for showing off. That was nice of you. – Time to see some reptiles. – [Clintus] The reptiles are
always one of my favorites. We got some tortoises. Some snakes. It’s always nice and warm in here too. ‘Cause reptiles are cold-blooded. Giant big old frogs, holy crap! Colorado River Toads. They’re huge! What’s up, dude? (crowd chatter) – [Clintus] The Red Knee Tarantula. – [Bryce] I wanna see it,
Daddy, can you hold me up? – [Clintus] Madagascar
Hissing Cockroaches. (hisses) Giant Cave Roaches. Giant tortoises. – [Sierra] Oh, look there’s two. – [Clintus] Yeah, there’s a couple of ’em. One back over there too. – [Bryce] They weren’t born that long ago. – [Clintus] They’re only a month old. – [Bryce] Yeah. They already know how to walk? They’re so cute. – [Voiceover] Oh look,
a lion, a baby lion. – [Voiceover] Their old
brother is by the tree stump. (crowd chatter) – [Clintus] Cavy, it’s a cavy. Look it, look it, look it,
he’s scratching the door ’cause he knows that’s where the food is. – [Sierra] It’s a girl. I have no idea, but that looks so cool. Ta a Tapir, it’s a Tapir! Remember from Diego? Baby Tapir! – [Tiffany] He’s so funny looking. – [Clintus] Yeah. (laughs) – [Sierra] Well that’s nice. That is way too (mumbles) – [Clintus] Got a bunch
Squirrel monkey’s here. – [Bryce] It’s eating, that’s eating, – [Tiffany] Fruit.
– [Clintus] Yeah. Yeah, they’re eating fruit. Apples and oranges, look at ’em. – [Bryce] Yeah, It’s a lot too. – [Clintus] There’s a lot of them. – [Bryce] There’s a lot of them, yeah. (laughs) Look at ’em! – [Clintus] He’s hiding in the back there. Get some shad. Blue and gold Macaws, anyone? Reminds me of a Kiyos. Oh, Sierra finally found
her favorite animal. Spider monkey. – [Sierra] I don’t know
where they are though. – [Bryce] Hiding in the bushes, maybe? – [Sierra] Yeah. You said there was a
Spider monkey on a table. – [Bryce] Hmm. They’re not really doing much today. They’re all being lazy monkey’s. Some Black-handed Spider monkey’s. That must be where her dinner comes from. (ambient chatter) – White Tiger, no that’s the Ocelot’s down there, so you wanna go this way? – So we’re, we’re like right here? – Yeah. We’re trying to go this way. – So if we go that way then the
DragonWorlds is way up there and then if we keep going
there should be Adventure Land. – [Clintus] Jaguar hanging out up top. (water flowing) Oh yeah, Dragon World! That’s some big old Iguana’s right there. There’s an Arizona native right there. Gila Monster! They are poisonous if they bite you. Huh? What is it? – [Sierra] Their tails
store the food and water. – [Clintus] Oh. A Reticulated Python. He’s huge, he could eat a small child. Alligator Snapping Turtle. That could take a hand off. It’s a Saltwater crocodile. What do you think, Bryce?
You gonna take it on? Looks like dinosaurs. Look at that looks like something from Jurassic Park right there, man. – [Bryce] Oh my gosh. He’s so, (chuckles) – [Clintus] Big old Rhino. Big. Alright, so now we’re heading
to the all new Adventure Land, which is a whole new part of the zoo. There’s rides, there’s attractions, and a whole bunch of other things. I don’t even know yet, we’re
gonna explore together, right now for the first time! Alright, so the first right up, what is this called? The scooter ride, the flying scooter ride? – Yeah. – [Clintus] Flying scooter ride. This thing fly’s, holy crap! (screaming and laughing) Oh, they turn the, they turn the wheel and it turns the whole
thing cause of the wind. That’s cool! – You can like steer it. – [Clintus] I know, it’s so cool! So we got some animals over here. A new, brand new exhibits. We got some Mule deer, check it out! Alright, what’s next? – [Sierra] Zip line
– [Bryce] The soaring– – [Clintus] Zip line! Soaring eagle zip line. (laughing) (laughing) – I was like, “I feel so alive!” (music drowns out talking) – [Clintus] How was the zip line? – [Sierra] Really fun.
– Good. – [Clintus] Was it fun? It’s different. – [Clintus] It’s like a
different kind of zip line, huh? Alright, time for the Mama Llama (laughs) roller coaster ride. (rumbling) (cheering) (ride roaring) So this is a Patagonian Tapir, this is the adult, from the baby we saw earlier. – [Sierra] Hello? – [Tiffany] Missed it. – [Sierra] Hello?
– [Bryce] Or was it that one? – [Tiffany] Hello?
– [Bryce] Hello! – [Clintus] These are
some pretty looking birds, they’re little fireballs! – [Bryce] Oh yeah, fireballs. – [Clintus] Fireballs. (ambient chatter) (owl hooting) Great Horned owl, right there. (imitating hooting) Black bear! There’s a couple of ’em in there. Baby bears. – Arctic fox, Arctic fox!
– [Clintus] Arctic fox right there. And now it’s time for the sky ride, which basically takes
us up and over the zoo. We get to looked down at all the animals and especially the big
ones, like the safari ones, their giant, giant habitats for them, you can’t always seem ’em. This is very cool. Unfortunately we only have one camera, so the kids don’t have one. But they’re in front of us. There are Camels. – [Tiffany] Oh, I can eat, – [Clintus] Deer. One of those is like a Reindeer, it’s gotta like fuzzy antlers. (ride humming) These things like hay, so hay’s not just for horses. (ambient chatter) Oh yeah. There you go, Bryce, good job. Yeah, I think it’s a baby. That’s one big bird. Put your hand out. – No way! Oh, I think it ran over by a train. – [Sierra] Beisa Oryx. – [Clintus] Beisa Oryx. – [Sierra] Where’s your taken? – [Clintus] That has
nothing on the taking king. – [Sierra] Oh. – Now we’re moving on to Safari Park. all the African animals. Like a lion! He’s being lazy, laying down in the grass. African Watusi, big old, big old bulls. Big old horns, man, it’s crazy. – [Sierra] Oh, he, he’s a pin head. – [Clintus] The tortoise
is digging, look at ’em. – [Sierra] Yeah, this
is the African tortoise? (laughs) – [Clintus] Isn’t that crazy? – [Bryce] It doesn’t
even look like it’s him! – [Clintus] I know, cause
you can see anything moving, all you it is, is dirt just fly’s out. Look at ’em, he’s diggin’, diggin’ a hole and he’s covering up his buddy in dirt. So this is like the big
African plain right here, I can spot about five
or six different animals all living in here together. Just roaming around. (train rumbling) You guys are gonna get so wet! (laughs) – [Sierra] Amazon.
– [Bryce] Yeah we are, we are. I’m gonna jinx it. (yelling) – [Clintus] White Alligator. Look at ’em, looks like he’s fake. – [Bryce] She’s always sleeping. – [Clintus] Pufferfish, Pufferfish. (ambient chatter) (laughing) What did the Stingrays feel like?
– It’s soapy! – [Clintus] What’s the
Stingrays feel like? – Wet gummy bears.
– [Clintus] Wet gummy bears? (laughs) – Wet gummy bears. – [Clintus] It’s like
something from Tremors. – [Bryce] It’s like Mario! Remember, like those things in Mario. (ambient chatter) – [Clintus] That is one
big Lobster right there. Could you imagine that tail? Oh baby! Oh baby! – Sierra was, Sierra was like, “Oh, what are those!” (laughs) – [Clintus] Sea Stars I don’t know, ask him. They’re cool. There’s some toads. Some lizards. (ambient chatter) Man-eating Piranhas. (baby cooing) – [Sierra] We did this on the ride. – [Clintus] Oh this was when
you went on the log ride? Yeah, yeah.
– [Bryce] Yeah we went though–
– [Sierra] And it’s on top of our heads.
– [Bryce] We went through here and down there. – [Clintus] That’s cool! There he is. Zoom! They actually have showtimes, the Sea lion show. Shipwreck Cove. – [Bryce] We already missed the show. – [Clintus] Yup, we
missed the shows already. Have to plan next time. Ah, the reef, yeah this is cool. – [Sierra] Look at the fish, these things are cool.
– [Clintus] Like neon. – [Sierra] Yeah, yeah.
– [Clintus] Yeah. It’s a Coral Reef. Wow, neon. Aw, Seahorses! – [Tiffany] They’re holding onto it. – [Clintus] Yeah, they hold onto it. – [Sierra] I wanna see ’em. – [Bryce] It’s just holding onto it. Dad, guess what? I know what that, – [Clintus] Look how big that fish is. Look how big it is, compared to the kids. It’s huge! It’s a school of fish! – [Sierra] Oh, it’s a–
– [Clintus] A school of fish. – [Sierra] What about Nemo, there was–
– [Clintus] Yeah. Sea turtles! (laughing) Otters! Asian small-clawed otters. – [Sierra] Look at ’em! – [Clintus] Aw, yeah, my favorite. Poison dart frogs, they look so cool! They’re so tiny and they’re so deadly. – [Bryce] How are they so deadly? – [Clintus] They got stuff on the backs, like if you got that
in your mouth or eyes, you would die. Super poisonous. So cool, I would love to a
aquarium with two or three of those in there. Oh, there’s Nemo! There’s Nemo! – [Sierra] Nemo and Dory! – [Clintus] We found Nemo! – [Sierra] Dory! – Well there we go guys,
there is our epic day at the Wildlife World Zoo and Aquarium, hope you enjoyed it. Tons of great animals here, we didn’t get to capture all of them
because there’s just too many to see and to capture in a day. But of course, so of them were camera shy, so we didn’t get a chance to see them all. For more information click the link down in the description
below and we’ll see you guys next time here at the Wildlife
World Zoo and Aquarium.