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Jardin des Plantes
#1 of 5 Zoos & Aquariums in Paris
name it, they have it : a museum, a petting zoo, wild kangaroos, a tropical plants garden, a castle, all this surrounded by beautiful flowers, many varieties of trees and other plants.
3) one of the oldest zoos in the world from 1795, with more than 1,800 animals, and 4) a Botanical school which trains botanists and exchanges seeds to maintain biotic diversity.
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Aquarium Tropical de la Porte Doree
#2 of 5 Zoos & Aquariums in Paris
Was happy to visit this morning the beautiful aquarium, one of the oldest in the world from 1931 with fish from all around the world, as well as understand better museum of immigration for France last 200 years.
Both myself and my partner work in an aquarium back home in the UK so always love to visit other aquariums when we go on holiday.
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Parc Zoologique de Paris
#3 of 5 Zoos & Aquariums in Paris
A ‘diversity’ trail, a ‘children’s’ trail with clues, a ‘behind the scenes at the zoo’ trail, plus guided tours and science or art workshops are offered to visitors.
Fantastic zoo and amazing value for money.
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Menagerie du Jardin des Plantes
#4 of 5 Zoos & Aquariums in Paris
With this background in mind, it is a great little zoo, full of historic buildings and set within beautiful Jardin des Plantes.
Right in the heart of the capital, the Jardin des Plantes menagerie is one of the world’s oldest zoos; it is home to orangutans, big cats, red pandas, Arabian oryx, etc.
Aquarium de Paris - CineAqua
#5 of 5 Zoos & Aquariums in Paris
One of the most attractive places all year round, without waiting queues and for all ages, even the music inside is more than relaxing...some aquariums have comfortable seats to lay down and "dive" into an ocean ....
The Aquarium de Paris is not a "must-see" for short-term tourists in the city, but it's definitely a nice place to go to, and a great option for an activity with children on really cold and rainy days (and probabl...
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