We visited the zoo and you could see straight away the zoo doesn't have enough funds to do the work they do. Many unique animals are kept here, most have been confiscated from people keeping them illegally or have been given to the zoo to look after.
We got talking to a keeper and he gave us a personal tour which gave us a real insight into the tough financial circumstances they have to operate within. Funding has been cut and the animals still need expensive food.
The keepers are inventive in giving the animals enough food by breeding rats and worms for food.
It costs only 10 pesos to get in but please leave a donation to help the keepers with their work.
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