Le Parc Myocastor, Dolus-d'Oleron

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  • You will learn says the myocastor coypus, family beavers. Children to cuddle and carry a. You'd also give them to eat. This is a relatively short (less than an hour) and quite relaxing. It's not extra ordinary either. But I do not regret having been there. The smaller, you would buy the nutria block you will offer to you friends. I loved see their face...
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  • Despite its small size, this little park to discover this species. My son loved pet and feed these animals. A playful and fun, visit punctuated by the show with the rats.
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  • Probably ideal for children having fun to feed the Beavers parked a little as in a zoo in two not very clean pools. We do actually trade with this harmful class animal, with the pie of coypu, necklaces sold on the Park, entries etc €4 for less than an hour.
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  • And many other people I was surprised because I did not know the real name of the "coypu"; But I learned a lot thanks to the explanations of the site as friendly team that dedicated. These animals (now considered "harmful") which may appear hostile when they defend their burrows in the wild are here perfectly sweet and endearing! The Park is not large and the pen unnatural (concrete is required to get under control these small Beavers) but the visit is perfectly organised to delight our children: we can feed them, approach them and pet them! The visit lasts an hour, but our kids came out amazed and they are still talking about this visit several days after! A score...
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  • Thinking initially go in a kind of reserve held by enthusiasts of coypu and spend an afternoon in a natural park, I'm finally in a place of exploitation of animals. The coypu are crammed into three basins reproducing absolutely not their natural habitat, are used to make photos with visitors, and are gorging on carrots by tourists who can enter their pool without supervision the personnel which should ensure good be animals. In short, this park is absolutely not intended for those who care about the good animal welfare and are against their exploitation. Here total operation: remember the animal first reduced to the rank of tourist attraction, before finished in oil or in dough in the shop.
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  • We came early afternoon. We were a little at the opening of the Park, everyone was able to enjoy as he wanted. We spent about an hour there, it is not the time and the price is reasonable: €4 / adults! Staff friendly and welcoming, the nutria will welcome also with joy! Especially with a piece of carrot! I recommend if you go not far, children will enjoy as much as parents! Enjoy your visit at all
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  • A real scam! False advertising, because it invites us to discover "an endearing animal" in a "Park myocastor" and we discover an any other reality. The animals are actually regarded as objects, and reduced to live in three miserable basins hard, deprived of access to nature and reduced to eat carrots distributed by tourists or serve as mascots for photo shoots. And horror of horrors: these animals eventually all exterminated and sold in the form of blocks, SOAP or cosmetic oil, available in the shop of the "Park". A farm animal unscrupulous and revolting!
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  • The smallest Park in the world, but the little animals are so cute!
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