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Llama en Mini Zoo - La Leonera
VI Region of Chile

Mini Zoo, center of attraction especially for children, is designed for the whole family to enjoy and discover the characteristics and behavior of various animals, some of them specific to the Chilean fauna.

This educational farm is specially designed for actually living herbivores, such as deer, sheep, alpacas and llamas originating in northern Spain.


There are also poultry attract by their colorful plumage wonderful, as is the case of varieties of pheasants, chickens and ducks that enjoy swimming in a scenic lagoon.


Finally never forget the amazing and awesome sound like a drum, which is released by the female to attract the male emu. This is one of the birds is the largest, belongs to the family of ostriches and their eggs are green oil.

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Uploaded: 11/02/2013
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