Ok, this is the zoo where I work. I have been pushing for improvements in herp care for the 3.5 years I have worked there. Both as a keeper, and an educator. Nothing was done, or even acknowledged. I brought this to the attention of AZA, and it was again ignored. Apparently,. AZA endorses this kind of thing. No cages have thermometers or hygrometers, or UVB of any type. Most are room temp and room humidity. In most cases, heat is only provided by lamps visible in the pictures (with one or two species of non-native snakes having an UTH) Leopard Geckos. Green Iguana. Red-Eye Tree Frog FBT. Yes, that is a critter keeper. WTF Barred Tiger Salamander Children's Python African fat Tail Gecko BTS (Top) and Bearded Dragons (Center & Bottom). No heating is provided. Lighting is fluorescent only. No UVB. No hides, in some cases. Prehensile-Tailed Skink and Savannah Monitor enclosures. No heat or UVB for either. Nor humidity. Common Boa. On his 3rd or 4th RI. Theonly heat he has is that red heat lamp. The ceiling of that enclosure is screen, not closed. None of the heat goes very far... They only provide heat when he is sick. Tortoises. This is how they are kept during the winter. During warmer months, they have 2 enclosures, each 8x8, and sand substrate. One enclosure houses the Sulcata, Box Turtle, and one Gopher Tortoise. The other has One box turtle, 5 gopher tortoises, and a red footed tortoise. American Alligator. That's right. that alligator is 4 years old. Not quite 3 feet long.