I was in a structure at an amusement park. Its appearance was similar to the glass room of a greenhouse. Inside the room, it was a souvenir shop. Leaving the shop, I saw another glass room in the distance. However, there did not seem to be any visitors in that room. Perhaps it had not yet opened. Curious, I decided to go over and check it out. While approaching, I saw what seemed to be animals in the room.
Coming before the glass room, I finally clearly made out the animals. They were the animal actors from the movie, Madagascar: Alex the lion, the hippopotamus, giraffe, penguins, etc. Their appearance was exactly the same as in the movie, even walking on two legs. I was not just surprised to see them, but amazed that these animated characters could actually exist in the real world without a sense of strangeness about them.
However, even though these animal actors looked exactly the same as in the movie, they shared none of their behavior or mannerisms. They did not interact with each other, and did not express any emotions on their face. They were all resting or staring listlessly, occasionally standing up to pace about aimlessly. This glass house seemed to be both a lounge and a prison, even a mental asylum. And, the animals did not seem to exude that exaggerated atmosphere of joy as presented in the movie.
Tracing the path of Alex the lion, I discovered that in the depths of the glass room there was a small cage with a penguin inside it. The size of this penguin was different from those of others. It seemed to be as big as Alex the lion, and the cage it was inside seemed to be extremely small in comparison. As a result, this penguin did not seem to be able to do anything besides standing. Then, I discovered that two small penguins lay near its feet. I also realized that the expression on its face was extremely ferocious as it glared ahead, directly meeting my gaze.