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Me and my partner wanted to see the tigers. THE STAFF WAS SO RUDE, NO ONE SPOKE ANY ENGLISH AT ALL! You can't pay with 💳 only cash. When you ask for help in locating a cash machine, they just repeat some Lithuanias on Russian...More
Its not that mini as said in the name. Its big with a focus on tigers, gepards, panters. Though the largest part of them were sleeping, still you could literally touch them while there were sleeping in the cage above you (in the passage). Good...More
i was visiting this place with small children and that was great attraction for them. It is for sure not Serengeti or Kruger parks and you could claim that the living condition is not the best for animals. Anyway for my children to see live...More
This zoo is not mini actual. They have a lot of different animals. And, soon it will be even bigger, because they build new cages. I like a large variety of cats: tigers (icnl. albinos), lions, lynx, pumas, leopard.
Yesterday visited Klaipeda zoo and was completely shocked!!!
Yes, little tigers are the sweetest, BUT the rest of the animals-WOW!
Not sure I understood the part where people can buy some buckets with old bread pieces and throw it in any(and I mean ANY) animal's...More
Short story, we went this Saturday, and as covered by the local médias an accident happened, a lynx cub has been killed in front of all visitors and children after being caught by another adult lynx from the cage beside !!
How this can happen,...More
The zoo is really big, many different animals, a large area, good for a walk. You can even pet some animals. But it did not like the fact that some animals have too little green in their enclosures (such as wolves walking on the tiles!!!!!),...More
It's definitely not a mini zoo. You can see lots of animals such as tigers, bears, lions, panthers, llamas, goats, wolves, camels etc. There was even a mother cat and her kittens just lying around. We were also given an opportunity to play with 4...More