ZooParc de Beauval

ZooParc De Beauval

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ZooParc de Bauval is a tourist attraction in Central France. It carries a firm conservation message, breeding endangered species to be sent to other zoos.

Animal overview

La Savane Africaine

The African Savannah habitat is home to a large collection of African animals roaming together. Separated from the visitors by gravel ditches, thirteen species of animals live together. Giraffe, White rhinoceros, Grevy's zebra, Wildebeest, Ostrich, Marabou stork, Egyptian goose, two species of ibis, Springbok, Lechwe, Hirola and Reedbuck.

Australian House

The Australian House is one of the only places in Europe where the Koala and Goodfellow's Tree-kangaroo can be seen. There is also an aquarium, home to 1,500 species of fish from Australia's Great Barrier Reef. There are timid Rat-kangaroos, Kookaburras and a variety of Snakes. In nearby outdoor enclosures, there are Parma wallabies and Red kangaroos, both in large enclosures.

Bassin des Lamantins

The Manatee Basin is a habitat for a family of West Indian Manatees, and ZooParc de Beauval has one of the most successful breeding herds in Europe. The manatee tank is 26 degrees, 1,000 cubic meters of water and 2 meters of glass around part of the tank. As well as manatees, the pool also hosts amazing Amazonian fish and river turtles. The manatees consume up to 50 kg of vegetation each year, preferring to eat lettuce, celery and carrots. The first baby manatee is called Sylvester and was born on the 31 December 2001, and...
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