Burgers' Zoo, Arnhem, Netherlands
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List of facts we found about Burgers' Zoo
Burgers' Zoo (as it is officially called) is not just famous for its chimpanzee colony, but also for its innovative eco-displays, notably Burgers' Bush, Burgers' Desert and Burgers' Ocean.
Burgers' Zoo in Arnhem is one of the biggest zoos in the Netherlands. Arnhem is a city that lies within the Veluwe, a nature park in the east of the Netherlands. The zoo is popular with both Dutch and German people.
spacious indoors ecosystems, Burgers' Zoo also has facilities for conservation and captive breeding of animals nearly extinct. The Socorro Dove (Zenaida graysoni) for example does not exist outside captivity at present; it was wiped out by introduced mammals on its home island.
being bred in Burgers' Zoo for eventual reintroduciton into the wild.
Burgers' Zoo in Arnhem streeft naar zo natuurlijk mogelijke dierpresentaties. Ik vind dat ze daar wel in geslaagd zijn.
Burgers' Zoo is a very special zoo. There are over 3000 animals to discover here! You will find monkeys, antelopes, elephants, sea lions and an extensive range of birds.
that, too, at Burgers' Zoo! The nature here is completely different. The desert consists of sandy flats, rock formations, dry river beds and an oasis, of course.
Burgers' Zoo was founded in 1913 and moved to Arnhem in 1923.
Burgers' Zoo is situated northly to the city of Arnhem ('A bridge too far') in the Netherlands and keeps more than 10.000 animals in more than 500 different species.
Burgers' Zoo is a privat company, owned bij de descendants of Johan Burgers. They are not getting money from the city of Arnhem, which is, btw, not a small town compared with the other Dutch cities.
Burgers' Zoo supports the International Tropical Conservation Foundation (ITCF), the foundation golden arch (De Gouden Ark), the Lucy Burgers' Foundation and the World Tree Fund. UP LOCAL RESOURCES: Preferably, local companies are contracted for construction works.
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