Rolling Hills Wildlife Adventure's 64,000 square foot museum off I-70 west of Salina, Kansas takes visitors around the world to experience seven unique regions from the arctic to the rain forest. The exhibits are a bit heavy to trophy animals in combat, and many of the animal gatherings are not realistic, but the settings and animals are attractive.
A highlight is the way the relationship and interaction between man and the animals is told by high quality, animatronic human robots representing the people of the various regions.
In addition to the exhibits, the Rolling Hills Wildlife Adventure museum includes a 360º virtual 3-D ADM Theater, hands on education center, 2,000 square foot Earl Bane Gallery area with rotating exhibits, and the Elephant's Trunk gift shop.
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