EA small zoo in Veracruz bearing the Mexican sounding name Parque Zoológico Miguel A. de Quevedo.
It is a city park with lions, monkeys, crocodiles, and birds where you accidentally find yourself. In the August heat, those present are hidden away in the dark behind green mesh fences. A monkey sticks its tail through the fence to get stroked. Later we see two Mexican girls walking in the zoo, same monkey pressed tightly against the chest. On the crocodile enclosure a sheet of paper with the request not to throw stones.
June 2015, the City Council of Veracruz informs the public of the transfer of 12 felines to a better habitat, after consultation with the Federal Procurator for Environmental Protection.
Zoo maps VeraCruz
- Animals: 303
- 4,5 ha
- Small zoo