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Zoo named Cheburashka, St. Petersburg

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  • Little Zoo is located in a park on krestovsky island. Nothing special, but the children fun and fun, especially little kids who just so go on the territory and can be fed straight kids from a fairy tale "the Wolf and the seven little kids", however, there is no wolf, and Fox is. Still there are ostriches, all sorts of different hens and roosters, turkeys, deer, wild ponies and deer, raccoons and mink.
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  • As in many contact zoos appalling conditions for animals. Many filthy adhering hull, cleaning wool. One goat had serious health problems. Corrals are very small, not everyone has shelter. All the animals are trying to hide from the ubiquitous children. Animals clearly do not get enough food from his "supervisors" would otherwise have with such zeal did not eat from the hands of children. This trick often used in institutions of this type. Of course, a small child will rejoice that the kid eats grass right out of hand. But I honestly don't understand how adults can ignore such cruelty. Summing up, I would say that if you want your child to be closer to the animals should go at least in Zoo. A similar "zoos" should close.
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  • Karl and Friedrich restaurants and Russian fishing or rather behind them! Free! Petting Zoo with OPPORTUNITY SNAPS and FEEDINGS (food sold in a restaurant-cabbage, carrots, ...). Fun!
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