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Shepherd Entertainment takes you on a tour of the Loro Parque in Tenerife, which is the nicest zoo of the Canary Islands ...
and a lot of money and work have been invested to build and advertise it.
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The Loro Parque Zoo in Tenerife
Loro Parque is the nicest zoo of the Canary Islands. A lot of money and work have been invested to build and advertise it. The name is somewhat misleading; it’s much more than the introduction of over 230 kinds of parrots. On the five hectare jungle like area we can see several types of large game animal as well, gorillas, tigers, leopards and crocodiles.
The unique sight is a pavilion set up for penguins.
The intelligent and friendly dolphins are not only the children’s favorite.
It’s an unusual experience to watch ferocious crocodiles close up.
The palm house is home to orchids and other exotic flowers.
The aquarium is a lavish sight, as if we were taking part in a real scuba dive deep in the ocean, sharks from above our head, in a tunnel with glass walls.
The parrots will prove that they are not only beautiful and colorful. And seals dazzle their audience with shows.
The main attraction of Eco de los Pinos is the dragon tree standing on the square next to San Marcos Parish Church. The locals believe a huge plant belonging to the Yaka family to be one or 2,000 years old, but according to botanist’s its only five or 600 years old.