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Horrible zoo. Good with their frogs but that's it. The cages arw small with no place to hide. The jaguar cage has no stimulation and is not big enough for the two cats that live there. They had a coyote dog hybrid in a teeny...More
I had mixed feelings after visiting the zoo. It was a nice setting, very green, and there were a lot of animals, but the conditions under which some of them were kept was not good. The cages with gaze floors for some of the birds,...More
I was afraid of what I might find there, but was really upset by the conditions in particular of the jaguars who had absolutely nowhere to shelter from human gaze let alone anywhere for this shy animal to retreat to. They were panting in the...More
This is a terrible zoo the animals are in bad shape they're in need of intense support and care. This so-called zoo appears to be a breeding ground for chickens. The cages are too small the entire zoo needs to be condemned and fit to...More
We went in February with a 4yr old and 1 yr old (that can walk). This a a nice zoo that was kept up. We all enjoyed the wide selection of birds and native animals. They had some very active monkeys that "put on a...More
The entire zoo is in very bad shape, animals are treated worse and are caged in extremely small ruined compartments. Social animals like monkeys and parrots are often caged in alone, facing isolation. Natural environment is mostly abandoned, the concrete basement is all over rotted....More
The cages are small the animals look depressed. They have a coyote who was running around in circles in his cage stressed out. The monkey also seemed anxious. We left there feeling sad and wanting to report them to an animal rescue.
$5 entry pp. Baby free. DON'T BRING A STROLLER. WEAR TENNIS SHOES. There's a lot of uneven, rocky paths, not great for stroller or sandals. Most animals seems healthy. A few look ready for a new home. Signs with arrows going all over, a little...More
The Zoo el Nispero is a sanctuary for animals that were confiscated by the government authority. Every animal comes in "as-is." Because it's not a regular zoo, finances are hard to come by and are privately funded. Of... More
The Zoo el Nispero is a sanctuary for animals that were confiscated by the government authority. Every animal comes in "as-is." Because it's not a regular zoo, finances are hard to come by and are privately funded. Of course, the government would not subsidize a place that houses animals confiscated by them. Therefore, the upkeep, maintenance, and care are minimal at best.