African AquariumCome on in. There’s something in the water! It’s a colony of black-footed penguins! These tuxedo-clad birds aren’t Antarctic/sub-Antarctic dwellers, but do come from a temperate region of southern Africa, so you won’t see any ice and snow in their home. In fact, it is usually a pleasant 70º in their exhibit. Walking on through the building, there’s more in the water—a big tank of cichlid fish. Behind the tank of fish, tortoises can be seen prowling. Weavers, turacos, plovers and African gray parrots enjoy the space along with a pair of rock hyrax. And there is a glimpse of what’s to come as an African lion is seen through the glass wall….