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Is the G.W. Zoo From ‘Tiger King’ Open? It Now Belongs to Carole Baskin

When Tiger King debuted, the G.W. Zoo had been taken over by Jeff Lowe, who bought management of the property when Joe was struggling financially along with his lawsuits with Carole Baskin. 

Per the zoo’s official web site, WynewoodZoo.com, it’s open day-after-day between 9 a.m. and seven p.m., 365 days per yr. Tickets for entry into the zoo start at $15. 

Jeff had been referring to the realm as Tiger King Park, which is probably going due to the success of the docu-series. 

Although the park had been closed for a number of weeks due to the coronavirus pandemic — and throughout the top of Tiger King‘s reputation —  it reopened in early Might of 2020. 

Jeff, his spouse Lauren, and the alleged would-be hitman Allen Glover have been all readily available for appearances when the zoo reopened.

Towards the tip of Tiger King, Jeff mentioned his plan to re-brand the zoo on a much bigger plot of land. As a part of this plan, the animal park can be referred to as the Oklahoma Zoo, and the brand new website can be in Thackerville, Okla. 

Jeff did not verify what he was going to do with the land that Joe Unique beforehand owned when the Oklahoma Zoo opened. However, that call is now not his to make. 

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