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tapirOver a hundred species of wildlife, all indigenous to Belize , have found a perfect home at the Belize Zoo established over twenty years ago, in the Belize District.

Most of the creatures, in fact, were brought to the zoo, having been found injured by either man or in some accident, and nursed back to good health. From magnificent jaguars to jaguarundi, margay to puma or ocelot; from otters to parrots, a hawk-eagle, tapirs, white-lipped peccary, havelinas, or gibnuts; from crocodiles to Jabiru storks, the zoo makes your visit worthwhile. Cameras are welcome. There is an excellent gift shop on the site.

Includes: A/C bus, entrance fees and bottled water.



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