New York’s iconic New York State Aquarium has been getting rave reviews for its lighting and its ability to get the birds up to the sky, but now its turtles are starting to get a little tired of it.
The zoo’s newest exhibit, Turtle Back Zoo, will open its doors for the first time today and it has received plenty of positive feedback from its visitors.
The turtle will be spending the day in a specially-designed area called the Turtle Room, where the turtle will enjoy its daily treat of a watermelon.
The new enclosure is set to open in 2019.
It is designed to be the most advanced habitat of its kind in the world, which is a bit ironic considering the zoo has spent a lot of time thinking about how to make its turtles more comfortable.
The exhibit will feature four large, glass-encased, air-conditioned rooms where the turtles can rest and play.
The two indoor rooms have an outside wall that allows the turtles to explore the outdoor area.
The aquarium also plans to incorporate an electric canopy and solar panels into the exhibit to help the turtles with their daily needs.
The turtles have been getting the treatment in the new habitat because it is a place where they can interact with people and other animals.
There are also large, metal-suspended enclosures for the turtles, which they can use to walk around on.
It will be a lot easier for them to find things and interact with humans in their natural habitat, which could also help them to get used to the new environment.
But for now, they are happy to enjoy the light and play while in the aquarium, according to the zoo.
The newest addition to the turtle family will be named Shrimp in honor of its namesake, which comes from the Greek word for water.
The name is also an apt one, since Shrimp was a popular pet turtle in the 1800s, and it was named after the first lady of the United States, Lady Elizabeth II.
The Aquarium is planning to start adding Shrimp back into the water in 2019, so keep an eye out for the big turtle to be back in the wild again soon.