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Zoologico Flora
Colombia

In this picture you can see trees and flora of the RAINFOREST. Barranquilla Zoo is located in the Department of Atlántico, Colombia, has 1.6 acres and hosts more than 500 animals of over 130 species, native and exotic. Contains over 60 tree species typical of the Caribbean region and the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta. It is the only zoo in the Colombian Caribbean region run by a nonprofit organization of environmental

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Uploaded: 30/10/2012
Updated: 06/11/2012
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Tags: zoo; barranquilla; colombia; nature; environment; trees; plants; iguanas; flamingos; birds; tourism; dog-fox
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