Penguin Center in Detroit Begins To Take Flight

The Penguin Post has learned that yesterday, The Detroit Zoo announced that contractors will break ground on the $26 million Polk Penguin Conservation Center in May.  DBusiness reports that this project will last 18 months and is the largest project ever undertaken by the zoo. The new exhibit will be located on 2.1 acres near the zoo’s entrance in Royal Oak and is expected to increase attendance by 100,000 people each year.  Below is an artists rendering of the soon to be new Penguin House.AR-140419992

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2 Responses to “Penguin Center in Detroit Begins To Take Flight”

  1. Jeanne Puerta Says:

    Wonder how they can do this when the city is bankrupt. Jeanne    

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