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Find the informations to start your trip into biodiversity
Conservation action, education, science and sustainability.
These are the tasks which lead our team each day.
The first, Archipelagos, questions on endangered island ecosystems of south east Asia, the most famous species in this area is the Sumatran tiger.
Shores, a second area, transports our visitors to the Pacific coast of America from Alaska to Tierra del Fuego, among sea lions and penguins.
The Blue Pavilion is the new restaurant of the zoo, set up since 2021 in a charming place: one of the last tavern of the city, built along the river in the end of the XIXth century.
In 2022, the petting zoo has been renovated to incorporate the Meadow, a new area which interrogates the public about the relation between humans and animals, which can be collaboration or confrontation.
Many of them are classified as threatened, endangered or critically endangered in the wild. We work each day in their conservation.
11:30 > California sea lions
14:00 > Red pandas & asian small-clawed otter
14:30 > Sumatran tigers
15:00 > White-handed gibbon
15:30 > California sea lions
16:00 > Wreathed hornbill
16:30 > Great white pelican
17:00 > Ural owl & Eurasian eagle-owl (Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays)
17:00 > California sea-lions (Wednesdays, Saturdays, Sundays)
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