From porcupines to sloths to wallaroos, all of the animals are raised hands-on and live on 10 acres of wide open space.
Gwen and Troy Scott are the passionate force behind the park, and they said it started with the purchase of a pot-bellied pig and a llama more than 25 years ago.
"Education is a big thing here, as well as conservation," said Gwen. "We have some really unique animals that you don't get to see anywhere else, all at one place, with amazing personalities."
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