Scrim has been removed from around some of Caro-Seuss-el, which remains closed for refurbishment.
Pink construction walls are still up around the attraction.
Roofing was recently replaced, and we can now see the new rooves from the ground.
This conical roof has been painted pink.
Underneath, we can see supports and scaffolding.
Scrim still blocks the view of some of the attraction on the other side.
We can see the other side of the pink roof from here.
We can just barely see the freshly repainted main roof. It has a pink base with red and orange stripes.
The painting has not been completed, as seen at the rough edges of the roof.
It’s possible the solid pink roof will also be painted with stripes.
The neighboring “If I Ran the Zoo” playground is also closed for refurbishment.
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