History: Pygmy Humans on Display
The word "pygmy" is a term in anthropology used to describe the phenotype and endemic short stature of adult men less than 4'11" tall. In the early 1900s, the Bronx Zoo exhibited an African pygmy human. This attraction drew in huge crowds while also creating all types of controversy. On September 8, 1906, the zoo placed a sign on their monkey hut that read...
A fair is coming to Queen Creek at Schnepf Farms Agritainment Park
Get ready to step right up for the second annual Schnepf Farms Agritainment Park in Queen Creek starting on the weekends of March 10 to April 3, 2022. This happens from Thursday to Sunday each week.
Did you know there are gators in Colorado?
When you think of Colorado. You do not think of alligators. When you think of the gator who took Chub's hand in "Happy Gilmore," you don't think of Colorado. There is a place in the middle of Colorado where alligators thrive and Happy Gilmore's gator live. A place called "Colorado Gators Reptile Park" just outside of The Great Sand Dunes National Park and Alamosa, Colorado. So come a long with use as we take you on a tour of "Colorado Gators Reptile Park," to say hello to a movie star gator and all his friends.