Whilst I was excited to see some manatees, I was less thrilled to see the small tanks and cages where some of the beasts of the Amazon are kept here. Giant Otters and turtles can be found here, and the paths aren't too long to walk around. You can hear the nearby roads at all times, but it almost succeeds in bringing the wild into the middle of the city and it's cheap (R$5).
Ice creams are good but the park could be much better. There is a small museum designed to educate about the fauna of the region and the problems they face.
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