City zoo with more than 1200 animals in naturalistic habitats

It is a zoo located near the center of Aalborg in Denmark. Each year, the Aalborg Zoo visits about 375,000 guests. The zoo covers 8 hectares (20 acres) and houses more than 1500 animals belonging to 126 species.
The statue shows the good deal at the entrance to the Aalborg Zoo.

At the entrance, one can see the statue The Good Bargain (1925), which was made by artist C.J. Bonnesen. The statue was awarded to the Aalborg Zoo from the urban brewery.

The zoo opened in April 1935. Over recent decades, the Aalborg Zoo has focused more on the portability and conservation of nature, and today it plays a major role in many global projects related to animal conservation, breeding, education, research and focus on the exhibition. Trading.

Aalborg Zoo participates in many international breeding programs to conserve endangered animals. The Aalborg Zoo received an environmental certificate and the first zoo, the overall purpose of the zoo is to conserve nature. Aalborg Zoo has made its mark in many ways through projects related to nature conservation and the environment. For example, the Aalborg Zoo supports the efforts of the Bayamino Indians to conserve 60,000 hectares (150,000 acres) of endangered rainforests in Ecuador.

Park Area: 80000.00 SQM

Foundation Date: 1/1/1935

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