I had read some poor reviews of this zoo but I was trying to be optimistic. Upon entering, the first bits of scenery were picturesque: a large expansive lake with a decorated bridge took you to the island which held the actual zoo. Along the way you can feed black swans.
|Filth covered the glass of the exhibit|
|This peacock was supposed to be in the exhibit to the left|
|This guy bit me!|
In all, if someone were to ask me if they should go to the Wuhan zoo I would recommend going to one somewhere else in China if you can. The Beijing Zoo is world famous for its beauty and seems to treat its animals much more humanely. I was sadly disappointed with state of the Wuhan zoo and its only redeeming quality was the fact that I got to see a panda.