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Not enough space for all the animals, not enough shade. Lion, bear, wolf in tiny cages without green surface. Big animals mentally suffer, they keep walking from one end of the cage to the other, non-stop. Monkey locked away in a cage with ceramic tiles....More
This is my second visit to Jagodina Zoo...my daughter (9) likes going there. There is a good selection of animals, although some of the cages may not suit Western European tastes and thinking.
There are big cats, bears and a good selection of Monkeys...its pretty...More
Minnimum space used to the fullest. They have the basic set of animals there. You have a restaurant that is so-so, but the staff is young and does not have a lot of experiance. They should have more benches and food that you can feed...More
Although all the animals looked physically healthy, there were some lions, tigers and bears kept in bare cages far too small for such large creatures. I know this is not a rich country but it looked especially sad to see.
Zoo in Jagodina except animals which are classified in the basic offer, has many trees in the hot summer months provide great shade, none of which has not been cut for the construction of facilities in the garden, green spaces, many different types of flowers...More
This is a very nice, small zoo, with enough animals to see. Some of them are used to people and know to do some tricks. There is a good restaurant and a playing room for children. You may not miss this zoo when visiting Jagodina.
Zoo 'Tiger' has a large set of animal species from all over the world. For a small zoo like this one in the city of Jagodina, the collection is quite interesting. Unfortunately, it seems that not all of the animals are granted with adequate surroundings...More
Visiting this zoo was stressful for me and made me sad. Only the two adult tigers have enough space. Other animals -- bears, lions, wolves -- have small enclosures. The two separated chimpanzees have nothing for stimulation, and it would be so easy to provide...More