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Leningradskiy zoopark, St. Petersburg
(2.7/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
Nestled within one of the city's primary green spaces, sports a collection of creatures from around the globe and is one of the largest of its kind in the country. The park plays home to a wide array of animals, with around 2,000 individual creatures representing 410 different species. Wander the outdoor enclosures and get a glimpse of animals large and small, from the industrious meerkat to the renowned polar bear. After you explore, you can swing by the gift shop to pick up a zoo-themed souvenir. Be sure to check the online schedule for information about the frequent special events, demonstrations, feedings, and activities that take place. By using our St. Petersburg tourist route planner, you can arrange your visit to Leningradskiy zoopark and other attractions in St. Petersburg.
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  • Visited Zoo 05.11.16 We regulars zoos and has since than compare. It was snowing, animals in open enclosures all hid. Almost nobody saw, only those larger. Just walked on closed premises: primates, fish, etc. out there liked it. Lemurs, Mongoose, meerkats ... the latter probably can even head Pat, if arm stretch. Sit muzhichki folded ruchenki your such a cute))) choose the weather for a hike! Oh and a little photo ...
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  • Visited the Zoo with the whole family at the beginning of November 2016. In St. Petersburg, it was already pretty cold-minus 3 degrees during the day and snowfall. Many animals hid in their cages, but managed to see lions and the rest of the cat family. What surprised (and not particularly pleasant, but rather even caused an incredible pity) is 2 unfortunate Japanese Macaque, who sat in the open cage directly on cold opposite the Amur Tigers. Not being an expert in the content of wild animals, we were surprised that the animals, which, according to the information provided on the label have their cages, living in tropical forests and on beaches (!), are covered with snow, which sadly falls on their skin and causes them to huddle together. This show is not for the faint of heart. =(.
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  • Very good Zoo. Animals a lot, and that pleases the big animal enclosures. I advise to visit with children. 5 of 5.
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  • Small and cute, the zoo in the center of the city therefore it's very easy to get there however some enclosures look too small for certain animals
  • Good for children!
  • Worst zoo ive ever been to. The sick lonely wolf in a tiny cage and poor old lonely bear. I cried.
  • The zoo is very bad. No maps of orientation for visitors, some of the animals are in cages that are too small and the under conditions not suitable for them. For example, the ferret is a household ferret in a very small cage and there is no possibility to play and run as it should. He is still young and in appalling conditions.
  • Nice little zoo