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Guyana Zoological Park

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Guyana Zoological Park

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Alia wrote a review Dec 2020
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This zoo is an abomination! The poor leopard is kept chained and in an enclosure so tiny it can only pace back and forth with no floor padding on the bare concrete which is terrible for the soft feet of cats that are accustomed to walking on grasses in the wild. EVEN MY HOUSE CAT HAS MORE SPACE TO MOVE AROUND THAN THIS BEAUTIFUL LEOPARD! This is not a celebration of the beautiful creatures indigenous to Guyana. When I visited there was even an advertisement that they would be receiving an African elephant. That is going to be the loneliest, saddest elephant. This zoo should be restructured as a sanctuary. I would happily donate for such a project that actually celebrates South America's biodiversity and keeps animals in their natural habitats and protects them. We seek out such institutions to learn about these animals but not at the cost of their suffering.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Crystal Nunnally wrote a review Apr 2020
Georgetown, Guyana5 contributions1 helpful vote
I came here for a school trip and there were only a few mammals, birds and reptiles. It's not a zoo that tourists would be interested in visiting due to that lack of diversity. The place could be sanitized a bit more but it's spacious and nice for kids to explore.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Greg Imlach wrote a review Dec 2019
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Unfortunately I was a little disappointed with the animals that were on display. They were less than I saw on previous years but still have some exciting animals. Not sure why this was and can only assume that there is some financial neglect in maintaining the population.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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ArmyRangeratMIT wrote a review Oct 2019
Wayne, Pennsylvania556 contributions473 helpful votes
For just a couple of dollars you get to see animals you don’t often see in the US… The grounds are spacious and it’s a really fun day to walk around… In a couple hours you’ve seen it all and are ready for a cold drink...but not with the monkeys!
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Date of experience: December 2018
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ah0726 wrote a review Jul 2019
Gaithersburg, Maryland42 contributions4 helpful votes
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We visited the zoo one afternoon and it was a nice way to spend an hour or so. We saw the manatee before we even bought our tickets. Inside the zoo, we saw birds, monkeys, ocelots, cougars, a jaguar, caimen and a bunch of other animals. The zoo may not be like what you are used to as the animals are still kept in cages for the most part or have small enclosures, but they are well kept and you are able to get close to the animals (safely) which is cool.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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