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La Barben Zoo welcomes a new maned wolf. Averna, born 3 years agoat Paignton Zoo in England, joined Picasso! This rapprochement responds to the zoo's daily missions to preserve endangered species. It was made possible only thanks to the approval of the European species...

The Zoo de la Barben is expanding its range of restaurants with the opening of its Zoo Bistro for the season.Housed in an old agricultural building, the establishment offers "home-made" cuisine in an exceptional setting, between tapestry and exposed stones. The menu is made...

We announce the birth of a new member of the Girafe family! This is a "small" female born June 26, 1.60m at birth! This is the second child of Hadiza, 9 years old. In this species, the pregnancy is long: 14 months! The farrowing goes on standing,...

Two small females were born on June 22nd. They spent their first three weeks well sheltered in the galleries of their enclosure, pampered and protected by their mother but also by all members of the clan. This small mammal is one of the most social...

This Sunday, October 7th, come for our last "conservation day" of the season! From 10:45 to 17:00, special animal talks will allow you to better know some species of the park, but also to discover the conservation programs we support. And throughout the day, a traveling stall...

We are very happy to announce that our family of anteater has grown! July 10, 2018, arrived the second calf of our couple. At first, it was not very visible, well camouflaged on the back of its mother. The back of which it did not go...

This day  will be dedicated to highlighting our actions for the conservation of animals in nature! From 11am to 5:30 pm, special animal meetings and a traveling booth will help you understand why species are disappearing, what each of us can do, and how different associations,...