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Masoala Green House of the Zurich Zoo
Switzerland

The Masoala hall in the Zurich Zoo accomodates animals and plants of the rain forest in Madagascar. To find more details please visit http://www.zoo.ch/xml_1/internet/en/application/d401/d415/d2095/f2093.cfm

Copyright: Fritz hanke
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Tags: masoala; tropical green house; zurich zoo; switzerland; rainforest
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