Liberec Zoo, Liberec, Czech Republic
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The Liberec Zoo is the oldest in the area of former Czechoslovakia. It was founded in 1919. It was used in part as the winter quarters for circus animals.
The Liberec Zoo breeds more than 170 species with an overall number of 955 individuals. Out of these, 294 animals are registered in different European conservation programmes as EEP, ESB and RDB. These national programmes try to save species facing extinction.
Only in the Liberec Zoo you can see the largest breeding group of chimpanzees in the Czech Republic. In this group there are 4 males and 6 females. You can see the chimpanzees in any weather and even in winter they are let out to their outdoor enclosure.
Visitors to the Liberec Zoo, the oldest one in the country, can admire rare white tigers. About us | Contact us | Jobs | Cooperation | Advertising | Group hotel reservations | Investment opportunities Copyright © 2004-2009 europe-cities.
Totally Claymation: The Czech Republic's Liberec Zoo insists this is a real Hamadryas baboon, but the face is all Wallace & Grommit. Totally Claymation: The Czech Republic's Liberec Zoo insi...
Liberec Zoo is the last zoo in the country to keep hamadryas baboons, which are not very rare and are easy to breed. In Liberec, the spectacular exhibit of hamadryas baboons is one of the most frequently visited.
Hamadryas baboons (Papio hamadryas) groom each other at Liberec Zoo in the Czech Republic. Liberec Zoo is the last zoo in the country that still keeps hamadryas baboons which are not very rare and are easy to breed. Hamadryas baboons nevertheless remain in Liberec as their exposition is very spectacular and one of the most frequently visited.
baboons (Papio hamadryas) groom each other at Liberec Zoo in the Czech Republic. Liberec Zoo is the last zoo in the country that still keeps hamadryas baboons which are not very rare and are easy to breed.
from Liberec Zoo in Slovakia. They join four year old Yoda, who arrived in Devon in September 2006.
Liberec Zoo is part of the European protection of endangered species program. Liberec Zoo boasts almost eighty birds of prey, making it the top zoo in Europe for breeding these birds.
Liberec Zoo became a part of the International protection of endangered species program thanks to its overall approach to the reproduction and breeding of endangered species in a natural environment. The International program targets specifically the needs of each individual continent.
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