JL's Columbia SC Real Estate Blog: April 2018

Wordless Wednesday - 4-11-18

Turtle Statue at Riverbanks Zoo

 On display at the Seal and Sea lion exhibit of Riverbanks Zoo and Botanical Gardens in Columbia, SC, this guys is made completely of recycled trash. It looks like a lot of time was spent to make this one and he is on the upper level of the exhibit which is a sight in and of itself. The seal and sea lion exhibit at Riverbanks is patterned after Pier 39 in San Francisco. The is even a live feed of the cameras at the actual pier 39 on display.


Riverbanks Zoo Columbia, SC


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Comment balloon 7 commentsJL Boney, III • April 11 2018 10:11PM
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