This is a great zoo. The focus is on animal welfare. The zoo separates animals according to the continent they live on, which is really great. The visit in the southern part of the United States was particularly good. You can start in tropical climate regions, and then go down to the Antarctic, to the polar regions. The temperature and humidity have been changing along the way to Antarctica. There are quite a few types of animals
Odense Zoo has a long history and may be the third oldest zoo in Europe. There are a lot of animals in the zoo, from tropical, temperate to subtropical, and frigid zones, representing animals from almost every region. I didn't expect such a small town to have such a large-scale zoo, and the zoo also has many themed activities, which are very interesting.
There are a lot of animals in the zoo, from tropical, temperate to subtropical, and frigid zones, representing animals from almost every region.
The zoo is a free-range open zoo, natural and comfortable, and the environment is very refreshing.
The zoo is more humane, and many animals move freely in a relatively large space. There are many giraffes, lions, tigers, sea lions, penguins, chimpanzees, zebras, alpacas, ostriches, red and green macaws, etc. It's very fun. It can take half a day to a day. Many Danes take their children to play for a day on weekends.