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Le Domaine des Fauves, Les Abrets

(3/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
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  • very clean animals show themselves without problem where a sign of good be and good care basically beasts a family day out
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  • It is sad to see so many animals in small cages... (Black Panther, Lions, and so on) Small Zoo with a great number of bird species.
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  • A beautiful ZOO well laid out, with a pretty wide variety of wild animals, including wolves Park. the visit which is very suitable for families with children.
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  • What a pleasure to have a zoo so close to home! And well provided in addition. Big cats of course, including 2 beautiful white Tigers, but many other species of birds and other. The entry is not very expensive. We have a good day, there is plenty to see.
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  • First of all, the parking lot at the entrance is tiny and there is no handicapped space. My aunt has a cane, and she has to walk from the car park of the village hall. Since the park only has one entry, it took all around. And again, the big problem is not there: the big cats have tiny cages, a few dozen metres square at the most, and who don't respect their natural habitat (only a few trees and stones). The cage of the vultures is high about three metres, although they cannot fly. The kangaroos, the fauves, like all other animals, are lying on the floor, don't move, boredom. The cage of the jaguars, for example, should be the size of the zoo. The dugouts of some animals were almost dry, in full heat wave: not to play, or even to drink water. The cashier sold us a ticket for an observation of wolves which began five hours later, without telling us the tour of the zoo was closed in two hours at the most. Of course, no refund. It's unsettling to see that magnificent animal welfare be put aside at this point
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  • Mini zoo for children but other Zoological Parks don't have nothing to him envied. Enclosure for my part too small. And not a lot of viewpoints around the pens. Well maintained all the same.
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  • Quiet little attendance. Healthy animals. Pens clean and neat. I recommend family.
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  • Zoo disastrous personally. Very many species certe, but living conditions deplorables. The animals are in small pens and go round and round. The mark of their passage is same to the ground where there is more grass. Too small aviary, birds remain constantly on their picket without being able to fly. A rather unpleasant staff. The sheep is what we talk about. They are in a field without grass! They live almost on earth because the grass has not delayed time. Pens with not enough shade for animals. Some nocturnal birds are in full sun. Pools of water without water. I would not cite everything because well it would take too much time, but it's a zoo that I recommend absolutely not at all! In general I don't Council no zoo. A natural park is more respectful animals.
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