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The five most interesting zoos in the world

In fact, everyone loves them – and not only for the opportunity to see strange animals, birds, insects and fish, but also for a great chance to have fun and informative free time.

And also because the zoo in each city has its own unique corner of communication between people and wildlife.

Now many travel companies take this into account and include visiting zoos in their excursion programs.

We present you the five most interesting zoos in the world:

Berlin Zoo (Berlin Zoological Garden)

Berlin Zoo
The largest and most famous in the world is the Berlin Zoo, the famous Zoo, one of the oldest institutions of this type in the world. It contains almost 17,500 animals of 1,500 species, about three million people come to admire them every year. The Berlin Zoo was badly damaged during World War II; there were less than a hundred animals left. Now, almost all animals that you can imagine are contained there, and even those that are impossible or very difficult to imagine.

London Zoo

London Zoo
The London Zoo confirms what was said at the very beginning of this note – it was opened as the first public institution of its kind in the world in 1828 and was intended exclusively for scientists, children accompanied by adults were not allowed here until 1847. The London Zoo contains 16,000 animals, 700 species of various animals, this is a public institution, although some of the inhabitants are private property. Their owners placed their pets in the zoo, because at home it is impossible to create normal conditions for keeping some species of large reptiles, fish or mollusks.

San Diego Zoo

San Diego Zoo
The San Diego Zoo (USA) is truly American in scope. 40 hectares of territory, round-the-clock visits and the opportunity to observe and photograph animals from a bird’s eye view, moving over the zoo by cable car or flying in a balloon. All 800 species of animals are placed in different territorial zones corresponding to different corners of our planet. In San Diego, a city located in the subtropics, they manage to keep even polar bears in the zoo, who feel great here and bring offspring.

Bali Zoo

Very free customs prevail in a zoo on the island of Bali (Indonesia). Non-hazardous animals are allowed to stroke and even pick up, crocodiles – to feed. And here it is allowed to climb trees, however, not in the same way as the orangutans living here, on the island, but with the help of various ladders and bridges.

Zoo Rauna (Ranua Zoo)

Zoo Rauna (Ranua Zoo)
The world’s northernmost zoo is in Finland, near the town of Ranua. It does not contain exotic animals from the tropics, the inhabitants of the zoo – polar bears, musk ox, Arctic foxes, wolverines and other northern animals. And birds are not kept in cages here – they fly in and live in numerous birdhouses, hollows and other nesting places created by people. Finns love to meet Christmas at the zoo in Ranua.

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