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Wildnispark Zurich, Langnau am Albis
Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
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Добрались на электричке из Цюриха. Здесь находится уникальное сочетание диких лесов и животных.Просторные, полуестественные тропы позволяют наблюдать за животными почти как в дикой природе.Пройдя по т... read more »Got on the train from Zurich. Here is a unique combination of wild forests and animals. Spacious, semi-natural trails allow you to observe the animals almost like in the wild. Passing on the road from 15 to 60 minutes through the forest, you can see brown bears, elk, bison, wolves, deer, foxes, lynxes, wild boars, goats and many other "smaller" friends.show original
Парк находится в нескольких километрах от города Цюрих. Мы заехали сюда прямо по пути в город. Сам вход в парк бесплатный, а парковка - нет. Цена парковки вроде 10 франков. Парк довольно большой и обл... read more »The Park is located a few kilometers from the city of Zurich. We stopped here on the way to the city directly. Entrance to the park itself is free, and parking is not. Price of parking kind of 10 francs. The Park is quite large and ennobled. While in enclosures saved familiar wildlife animals. Here you can walk though the whole day. And there are plenty of skmeeček to have a picnic ...show original
Benchè in qualche modo gli animali parevano essere tenuti in condizioni igieniche buone, altri (come i bisonti) non erano ugualmente fortunati. Essendo contraria agli zoo, dalla descrizione sul sito w... read more »Though somehow the animals seemed to be kept in good hygienic conditions, others (like the bison) were not equally lucky. Being contrary to the zoo, from the description on the website I felt the animals were free to roam a vast territory. Well, it isn't. See a bear that is forward-backward depressed, super bored is not nice. Ditto for the bison, Moose etc. They are animals that naturally go along kilometres kilometres every day, Hunt, explore, LIVE. See a few units holed up in ridiculous spaces may not excite. The end is not much different from the zoo. My invitation is to public awareness: "free in nature all animals!"show original
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