His beak was enormous!
When you finally go inside you must climb a staircase or ride an elevator to the top floor. Then you begin a slow and easy walk down to the ground floor. The trail lets you slowly spiral around the exhibits and makes sure that you don't miss anything. We took our time because we found that the longer we looked at an exhibit the more we saw. We learned quickly to look up high and down low; to look behind things and under them. I nearly missed a frog that was at the very front of an exhibit because he was half buried in leaves and mud.
One of the dominating features of the Aquarium is a huge waterfall which is the centerpiece of an exhibit that contained numerous varieties of birds, monkeys, fish, and reptiles.
We ate lunch in one of the three cafes on site and spent some time shopping in the gift shop. All together, we spent about 5 hours in the aquarium. It is definitely worth the price of admission.
Visit www.dwazoo.com for more information and to plan your own trip.