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The History of Lipetsk Zoo Lipetsk Zoo has begun its history in August, 1972 when on the basis of the Bottom park the nature corner first in a city is created. On the area more than four hectares are placed more than 3500 copies of animals and birds. It is presented more than 300 kinds, 43 kinds of animals of a zoo are brought in the international Red book, 20 kinds in the Red book of Russia, and 20 more are protected in the Lipetsk region. In a zoo there is an aquarium, a terrarium where survey thematic lectures are conducted. Since 1993 the zoo is a member of the Euroasian association of zoos and aquariums. Lipetsk Zoo cooperates with zoos of Moscow, St.-Petersburg, Penza, Perm, exchanging animals and the various zoological information. 41 год
Липецк население 518.600 Lipetsk population 518.600 398004 г. Липецк, Петровский проезд, 2 Открыт 6 ноября 1973 г. Тел.: (0742) 77 85 70, 77 25 14, 77 12 27 Факс: (0742) 77 25 14 Директор: Александр Иванович Осипов Вет. врач: Владимир Алексеевич Аксенов Штат - 71 чел. Площадь - 6.7 га (под экспозицией - 4.1 га) Посещаемость - 157015 чел. Млекопитающие - 65 видов, 798 экз. Птицы - 80 видов, 378 экз. Рептилии - 31 вид, 62 экз. Амфибии - 2 вида, 7 экз. Рыбы - 113 видов, 810 экз. Беспозвоночные - 9 видов, 639 экз. Всего: 300 видов, 2694 экз. 398004 g. Lipetsk, Petrovskii proezd, 2 Opened in 06.11.73 Tel.: (0742) 77 85 70, 77 25 14, 77 12 27 Fax: (0742) 77 25 14 Director: Aleksandr I. Osipov Vet.: Vladimir A. Aksenov 71 staff 6.7 ha (exposition - 4.1 ha) Att. - 157015 Mammals - 65 spp., 798 specimens Birds - 80 spp., 378 specimens Reptiles - 31 spp., 62 specimens Amphibians - 2 spp., 7 specimens Fishes - 113 spp, 810 specimens Invertebrates - 9 spp, 639 specimens Total: 300 spp, 2694 specimens
Children’s Zoo In the autumn of 2006 a contact children's zoo was opened there. It represents the big open-air cage into which it is possible to enter to children. In an open-air cage there are about 10 kinds of harmless animals, such, as rabbits, kids, a small llama, hens and other kinds of birds. Children can feed these animals and play with them .
Lions The Lion (Panthera leo) is one of four big cats in the genus Panthera, and a member of the family Felidae. With some males exceeding 250 kg in weight, it is the second-largest living cat after the tiger. Wild lions currently exist in Sub-Saharan Africa and in Asia with a critically endangered population in National Parks in India, having disappeared from North Africa, and Southwest Asia in historic times. Lions live for around 10–14 years in the wild, while in captivity they can live over 20 years. They typically inhabit savanna and grassland. Lions are unusually social compared to other cats. A pride of lions consists of related females and offspring and a small number of adult males. Groups of female lions typically hunt together, preying mostly on large ungulates.
Tigers A tiger - a large feline mammal, Panthera tigris, of forests in most of Asia, having a tawny yellow coat with black stripes. Tigers are beautiful and exciting animals. They are the largest members of the cat family. They also have very long tails. Tigers have beautiful black and orange striped fur, pointed ears and yellow eyes. Their eyes shine in the dark. Tigers hunt at night because they can see very well in the dark. They eat large animals like deer. They can run very fast, but they don`t always catch their prey.
Foxes A fox is any canine mammal of the genus Vulpes and related genera. They are mostly predators that do not hunt in packs and typically have large pointed ears, a pointed muzzle, and a bushy tail. Only 11 species of this group belong to the genus itself foxes (Latin Vulpes). The most famous and widely representative - red fox (Vulpes vulpeos). Foxes are found in the folklore of many nations around the world.
Kangaroos Kangaroo - a group of marsupial mammals kangaroo family. Representatives of this group available in Australia, New Guinea and nearby islands. They were first described by James Cook, which in April 1770 went to the eastern Kangaroos do not hibernate. The kangaroo is a national symbol Of Australia: its emblem is used on the Australian coat of arms, on some of its currency, as well as by some of Australia's best known organizations. The kangaroo is important to both Australian culture and the national image and consequently there are numerous popular culture references.
Peacocks A peacock is also known as peafowl and they usually considered as male while peahen as female and peachicks as young peacocks. They can be available in variety of colors. They are beautiful birds and very good to watch. They can live up to fifty years. Some beautiful kinds of peacocks which can catch the eye of everyone are Rubin Red Peacock Chichlid and Aulonocara stuartgranti "Chipoka". different types of birds tails
Camels Camels are large animals adapted to life in arid regions of the world - deserts, semi-deserts and savannas. There are two types of camels: Bactrian and Dromedar. Camel is used for agricultural farming, riding, and transport. In some countries, camel is used to get milk as they can be feed on less and cheap food and can produce more milk. In other countries, camel meat is eaten and its bone can be used to make handicrafts. Camel can also be used to obtain wool and fiber.
Birds of Prey Birds of prey are birds that hunt for food primarily on the wing, using their keen senses, especially vision. They are defined as any bird that hunts other animals. Their talons and beaks tend to be relatively large, powerful and adapted for tearing and piercing flesh. In most cases, the females are considerably larger than the males.
The Cat Family Felidae is the biological family of the cats; a member of this family is called a felid or feline. The most familiar felid is the domestic cat, which first became associated with humans about 10,000 years ago, but the family includes all other wild cats including the big cats. Extant felids belong to one of two subfamilies: Pantherinae (which includes the Tiger, the Lion, the Jaguar, and the Leopard), and Felidae (which includes the Cougar, the Cheetah, the Lynxes and Caracall, along with the Ocelot and Domestic Cat).
Deer Deer are the ruminant mammals forming the Family Cervidae. They include for example Moose, Red Deer, Reindeer, Roe and Chital. Animals from related families within the order Artiodactyla (even-toed ungulates) are often also considered to be deer – these include muntjac and water deer. Male (and a few female) deer of all species (except the Chinese Water deer who only have short tusks instead) grow and shed new antlers each year.
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