The zoo is the latest to introduce a ride that makes the animals happier, with a “Zoo on Wheels” system that lets you ride the animals.
It’s part of a new program called “Zookeeper” that encourages visitors to take the ride at night, to avoid the crowds that come during the day.
You’re riding a roller coaster for about an hour.
It looks like a train with a little bit of a twist, with the train moving up and down on a big loop, with different levels of speed and fun.
A few other zoos around the world have similar systems, and the Santa Barbara Zoos has a version of this system in use right now.
The Zoos are currently testing this out on a small group of animals, and if it proves successful, we should know more about how it works soon.
The system was introduced by the zoo in May 2017, and it has been running at the zoo since that time.
But it’s been a long time coming.
The first “Zootopia” film came out in 2001, and “Zoos” debuted in theaters in 2008.
The new “Zoom” is a much more ambitious film that opens with the first Zootopia theme song and includes a live-action performance of the iconic “Waltz of the Pint-Sized Man.”
It also includes a brief shot of the Zootopian Circus, which is now a museum and a park in the same area as the zoo.
(The circus itself is now part of the Santa Monica Museum of Natural History.)
The movie has been lauded as one of the best animated films ever made.
In a blog post announcing the ride, the zoo said it was inspired by Walt Disney’s “Mulan,” which the park called the “world’s first and most expensive live-Action Animated Feature Film.”
The film, which was made between 1966 and 1971, was about a Chinese princess and her journey to become a ruler of the Earth.
It was nominated for a Golden Globe and a Tony Award, and was later released in China.
“Zoopopia” opens nationwide on October 16.