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Wolves, bears, panthers, chamois, marmots, lynx, deer, squirrels, otters, and foxes live in a semi-open environment at Parc Animalier Des Pyrenees, where they are free to express their wild behavior. More than 100 species live in this 10-hectare (25-acre) natural park overlooking the Pyrénées mountain range. Children love the hands-on activities, such as feeding the marmots; there’s also a“footprints” path that teaches them to track and understand wild animals. In observation platforms at each enclosure, trainers to explain the lives of each animal and their biology, reproduction process, habits, and behavior. Fifteen separate sites explore animals from around the world. Plan to see Parc Animalier Des Pyrenees and other attractions that appeal to you using our Ayzac-Ost trip itinerary planning tool .
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Je recommence se parc animalier car il y a beaucoup de chose à vivre pour petits et grands , donner à manger aux marmottes est vraiment une expérience à vivre . Il y a du changement chaque année , j'y... more »I start to animal park because there are a lot to live for small and large, to feed the marmots is truly an experience to live. There is change every year, I go at least once a year, so with that you go through here to take advantage of you stop to see his animals.
C'est un parc très original avec principalement des animaux d'ici ou des animaux rarement présentés. Les ratons laveurs et les ragondins sont adorables. L'atout sont les marmottes qui viennent manger ... more »It is a very original Park with animals mainly by or rarely present animals. The raccoons and the coypu are adorable. The asset are marmots who come to eat in our hands and you can caress, an extraordinary experience with animals of the mountain! And the monkeys at the end coming on our shoulders, it's really a great tour. We just regret the lack of smile people working there, it's a shame...
Ce qui frappe c'est la très bonne tenue du parc. Ensuite la diversité, et le petit plus, les marmottes qui vous mangent dans la main sous les conseils et la surveillance du soigneur. C'est aussi les b... more »What is striking is the very good performance of the Park. Then diversity, and little more, Groundhogs that eat you in your hand under the advice and supervision of the healer. It is also the ibexes and deer, bears and wolves and the lynxs. Areas by topic like Guyana or spaces for raptors. In short, very attractive. Can be a bit expensive: 18 euros, is still at the top of some parks. But we're in a service of quality and cleanliness.
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