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Biotropica la Serre Zoologique, Val de Reuil
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  • I am disappointed by this 2nd visit. I find that this park wants too look like a "zoo", and has not the means, too small, not enough of space. I find too many cheetahs. They stay with small animals and will be fine. My 1st visit, 1 year 1/2 there liked me staff is very good and takes the time to explain when feeding. Do not forget to pay the parking and that adds to the price of entry, not terrible
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  • To discover: a tropical greenhouse and an outdoor park with various universe. A walk about 2:00.
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  • 2nd time we come to the Biotropica this year... and you don't get tired not (children and adults). This time have particularly spends a lot of time outdoors, with the penguins, wallabies, meerkats (3 favorites of children)... and... less exotic goats but still works! Nice balance between the greenhouse and space outside, with a choice of very studied animals, for a great family day. Beautiful setting in a park on the Bank of the Seine (especially a day where the weather is good). Price I find very reasonable compared to other animal parks.
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