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Birds Valley is a wildlife park of 2.5 hectares in the center of Agadir, which combines rare South American and Asian birds and mammals, such as Barbary sheep and Barbary apes. This garden is planted with many species, such as magnolias, banana trees, bougainvillea, oleander, ... with a refreshing waterfall. A beautiful idea of ​​family outing.

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