Zoo Beauval

Zoo Beauval in France originally opened in 1980 as an aviary, housing more than 2,000 species of birds alone. Not until more than 10 years later when another animal is introduced to the habitat and the zoo has grown to more than 4,000 animals. Favorites including two white tiger zoo, known as Gorby and Rais, and the twins manatees, known as the Quito and Luna.

Park has been arranged to give visitors a feeling that they actually see the animals in their home territory. There is for example an area of more than 3 acres submitted for re-creation of an Plain neighborhood of Africa where zebras, giraffes, rhinos and other antelope roam freely.

There is also a large area of 5 acres for the collection of elephants. The park has more than 40 big cats including lions, leopards, tigers and their famous white jaguar.
You can walk through the tropical greenhouses where exotic birds fly freely around you and be able to see the chimpanzees, gorillas and orangutans from close range. The park is also the only place to see amazing manatees (sea cows) in France.
There is a 1500 seat arena where an hour long good look in the water with sea-lions and in the air by an array of birds of prayer is quite a spectacle.

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