In addition to so many cute animals, Xiangshi Zoo. The Xiangshi Zoo also has Asian elephants and African elephants. In fact, these two elephants can be clearly distinguished from the body shape. Our African elephants are very large and mainly live on African grasslands. The Asian elephants are mainly in Southeast Asia, especially Laos, Myanmar, and China's Xishuangbanna. The environment of the
Liaobuxiang Zoo is very good. The roads in the park are made of granite, as well as a large area of lake and a lot of vegetation. At the lake, you can also play a variety of water games, suitable for family couples to travel together. There are several kinds of swans in the
Xiangshi Zoo. We can also buy food on the shore. The black-necked swan is small and vigilant, so you can't yell when watching the black-necked swan. . Visitors should pay attention to safety when watching animals, and don't bring their own food, because the food in the zoo is carefully matched. If the food is fed, it may make the animal sick.
Xiangshi Zoo, covering an area of about 46 hectares, is located in Xiangshi Road, Liaobu Town, adjacent to Dongguan City. Xiangshi Zoo is a large-scale theme park integrating wildlife breeding, breeding, science, scientific research and protection. There are more than 2,000 animals in the park: Northeast Tiger, Asian Elephant; Australian Kangaroo, Black Swan; African Hippo Long-skinned deer; American alpaca, squirrel monkey... Falling flowers and clouds, Qufu flowing water, overlapping flowers and flowers, is the harmony of animals and people. Xiangshi Zoo is a paradise for children and a place of 4A tourist attraction.
The Xiangshi Zoo is a great place to get up close and personal with animals. It uses a combination of large, free-range spaces and allows different species to live together to create a beautiful, suitable environment for its animal inhabitants. Here zoo-goers can see exotic animals from all over the world, such as Asian elephants, giraffes, tigers, lions and black bears. Some of the animals even put on performances, including elephants and sea lions.