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Bio Centro Iguazu, Puerto Iguazu

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Zoo / Aquarium
Observe native plant and animal life in a controlled but open environment at Bio Centro Iguazu, a zoo that displays the sights, sounds, and celebrities of the rainforest. A large number of reptiles and amphibians--snakes, frogs, lizards, and turtles--live inside the greenhouses, while colorful butterflies are free to fly around and land on your arm in the butterfly house. To visit Bio Centro Iguazu and get the most from your holiday in Puerto Iguazu, create itinerary details personal to you using our Puerto Iguazu holiday planner.
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  • When I started the course green road and the flowers that I ran I was liking. Then reach the greenhouse of butterflies, very cute, I think that could take care of it a little more... then the ride continued with reptiles. The sector of the crocodiles gave me pity, such big super great guys and very abandoned creatures. The snake the same. Does not seem appealing to see these enclosed species. Turtles in the same way. For those who don't like us see this type of closure is not recommended.
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  • I wasn't expecting so many species of reptiles found in such a small space. I do not think that it is the best way to show the local fauna.
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  • I close out of curiosity because it was a place very named, the true taste and not for nothing. I don't like the tratoq EU is given to visitors or to the people. The entrance is expensive in comparison with what you see. It is a lot better Güira Oga which is on route 12 two blocks from the Biocenter, if you want to see wildlife missionary and learning about it I recommend Güira Oga, a place to visit.
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  • really sad the place, them animals are practicamenete in State of abandonment, them spaces are reduced for the most of them, them serpentarium with grass synthetic, very far from make them feel in its habitat natural! they should close it and return the animals to their place of origin!
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  • good place to go with family. half abandoned some sectors but is understandable that is difficult keep the animals out of their environment
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  • I did half of the journey to find the Guide. The butterfly and the Orchid Garden found me interesting. It was sad to see native species and exotic enclosed in small aquariums-style Zoo. It shows much neglect. I do not recommend it. The entrance is face by what you see.
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  • The large rooms good all of 10 only wife in the room does not
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  • Very poor care. Trails and sites are clearly marked not considering that he assumes a self-guided visit. The animals are in very bad condition especially reptiles. Finally do not understand the sense of the place rather than retain sounds to traffic of animals given that exotic species from indonesia are exhibited in the Zoo format?!
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