We didn't realise this place is on the verge of closure (according to the lady running it she and the animals are moving to the north of the island next month). She only charged us 7 Euros but there were hardly any animals there to see and the cactus garden, which has clearly been lovely and well cared for was in need a of a good water.
We saw one large lizard or monitor, one rabbit, several ducks, an emu and two pot bellied pigs which looked underfed. There was a bat cave, and in the Amazonia dome there was a peacock, a small exotic bird and no butterflies.
Through a locked gate I could see a monkey in its small cage, rattling the bars, it looked hot and distressed.
The owner is clearly about to shut up shop, but why let people in when there is nothing to see? I hope the facilities for the animals and birds are better where she is moving to. Apparently there is to be a nightclub in its place so I don't know if the park is moving willingly or if they have been told to go.
Don't bother until it has been established in its new home, and then I would be cautious about the animal welfare.
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