The city of Houston’s zoo lights were supposed to be turned off on Wednesday night, but instead the lights went on at 6:30 a.m.
The zoo said they will be back on on Thursday night.
The lights will go back on when the zoo closes at 6 p.m., but only if the city has a permit.
Houston’s zoo has been plagued by lighting issues for years.
The city has been facing criticism for not having a permanent lighting system, which would have kept the lights on all night.
It’s a decision that has been met with mixed reactions.
The zoo’s lights were put on for a celebration at the zoo’s opening last year, but it was the last time they were turned on.