Bioparc Fuengirola is a zoo-designed park located in Benalmadena, Spain. It houses animals based upon their natural habitats. It is divided into the regions of the Indo-Pacific Islands, Southeast Asia, Equatorial Africa and Madagascar. The park is a blend of the tropical vegetation, ecosystems and water elements in those regions.
Gardeners, sculptors, builders and architects created an environment that was not only eye pleasing for visitors, but also developmental for its inhabitants. It is filled with caves, waterfalls, canyons, raised gardens and valleys.
Visitors can see antelopes, porcupines, lemurs, lapwings, binturongs, sturgeons, pheasants, java sparrows, leopards, otters, pandas, peacocks, tigers, tortoises, komodo dragons, iguanas, crocodiles and more.Places nearby:
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