However, here it is. This short clip from Colin Delehanty shows off the superb climbing in the Red River Gorge, USA.
From Colin's Vimeo Page:
Here is Wolverine Publishing's description of the crag in this video.
"The Zoo is a small crag that offers decent moderate sport lines. Not as popular as nearby Roadside and Torrent Falls, it is a good place to get away from the crowds. If anything make a trip to The Zoo to climb Hippocrite. It's a short and powerful line that ascends a steep face via long moves between huecos. Its newer neighbor, Scar Tissue, also offers steep climbing but on fragile rock."
From Red River Gorge, Rock Climbs 2nd Edition
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