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Zoologico Municipal de Curitiba, Curitiba
(3.5/5 based on 750+ reviews on the web)
Located in the stunning Regional Park of Iguaçu, Zoologico Municipal de Curitiba is home to over 80 species of animal, which you can observe in environments similar to their natural habitat. The zoo itself covers an area of 530,000 sq m (131 acres) and among the fauna you will see lions, tigers, hippos, giraffes, and bears. Conservation is a priority, and research at Zoologico Municipal de Curitiba has enabled the successful breeding of several endangered species. The first neotropical river otter pups were born in captivity at this zoo. Make Zoologico Municipal de Curitiba a centerpiece of your Curitiba vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Curitiba family vacation planner.
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  • Has animals from all over the world, llamas, camels, hipopópamos, alpacas, many birds, several types of monkeys, is too big, there must be willingness to walk ...
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  • What can you imagine a Zoo is not having options and species diversity, wrong, everything (except snakes alive), and direct in their habitat, with an incredible wealth of SP Zoo and Beto Carrero on Penha (SC), of Curitiba is by far the best! Congratulations city, it stays that way!
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  • I'm in love until now seeing my photos, I love it. Very beautiful, very well preserved, beautiful animals and very well taken care of! Great place to take kids. Is an excellent and lovely walk. It's worth it! And best of all it's free!
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