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Raubtier- und Exotenasyl Ansbach, Ansbach
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  • In the predator - and exotic asylum, animals from circus attitude (several Tiger) maintained illegal private attitude, etc. carefully and worthy. Usually up to the end of life. There are hardly any such facilities, and unfortunately they are not state-sponsored. Everything is based on donations. Every first Sunday in the month is open day. A visit is also possible by individual arrangement. Here you can learn very much about the background of the plant, to the animals themselves and work with them. Rarely will you get as close the beautiful animals. There are a variety of ways to support the establishment. Best posted on the Web site, or even better informed during a visit on the spot!
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  • We were outside of the rare admission hours there. After consultation with a veterinary nurse, we were then and got a guided tour. Only the animal nurses were all very young me, to pull the hat then but by their competence and passion. The guide was great. The keeper told us background about each animal, and is fully upon us eingegengen. We were allowed to stroke small animals and where we were going to stand longer, we were allowed to stand longer. The zoos of the environment should be so - exactly -. Instead of more expensive candy stalls there even Gummi Bears for the children to complete given. For free mind you! It is expected, although a small donation - we've made but this here really like. Total surprise! Recommended for families with children.
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  • You can see some Tigers and other big cats and animals up close. Unfortunately no optimal environment, but best organised by loved ones grace sanctuary for unwanted.
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