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Arura, Holambra

(3.5/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
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  • I visited the project with my girlfriend because we thought was a local animal rescue. Disappointed because it's actually behind trade. There are half a dozen animals rescued, the rest is all trade including rabbits for petshop and to anyone who likes food, Guinea pig for petshop, mice and pigs. The more bizarre is that have another area not shown but spoken that is for creating and selling alligator skin, claiming that the broad-snouted Caiman is the only one that can be marketed legally. All of this can be confirmed with the visit and also accessing the page on Facebook. NOT RECOMMEND!!!
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  • Were this weekend in the Arura Project, the activities of recovering illegal animals seized is very interesting. Get snake, alligator, baby rabbits and agoutis have made the children delirious. The guide is very quiet and attentive, but the facilities leave much to be desired. He commented that would reform soon. The site is outdated but so that update worth checking out before going to know which animals may be seen. Once recovered animals are taken back to your habitat and the site is with the empty cages frustrating to visit
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  • It is important to call ahead to schedule a visit. The site is undergoing a restructuring to improve visitation but, even so, it pays to know the work done at the site. Is charged a fee of R$15,00 per person for maintenance and care of the animals.
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