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Zhaveta Yard, La Merced

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  • Like feel and share with them animals of the jungle in its habitat natural... this place is paradise as lost in form direct the cycle of the butterfly and can enjoy with different animals that is observed there... Special for people that like of them animals and want to know slightly more than them.
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  • It is an educational recreation center near the city, can be reached with the cars coming to Santa Ana in the terminal of the Merced. The visit lasts 1 - 1.5 hours, it is guided and cost 6 adult soles. Children think that half. First thing is a Butterfly Pavilion where you can learn the life cycle of butterflies and see various types of them and learn its peculiarities, the atmosphere is like being in the same forest, there are bamboo and a number of plants and flowers, photos can be. Then moves to a small zoo where there are various animals: Paiche, monkeys, birds, snakes, cats, reptiles, has a children's playground at the end zone, and in reception there is a space of sale of souvenirs.
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  • Also known as "the Butterfly". Located in the highway at the Eastern exit of La Merced, has internal parking, souvenir shop, and guides. First visits the dome butterflies farm, then a small Zoo and finally a play area rustic for children (regular size). Personally I found interesting the life cycle of butterflies.
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