On 6 July 1929, Kracowski Ogrod Zoologiczny opens its gates to visitors. The location was chosen as there may be more suitable for animal welfare - in the middle of a park of 500 hectares, where it grows and shady old trees. The institution had a fulminant evolution, 4 acres and 111 animals of 37 species in the inauguration, on 20 acres and 1,500 animals of 260 species in the year 2009.
Among the stars of the garden include Citta quadrupeds and Baby, two cute Asian elephants, a herd of Mongolian wild horses, dwarf hippos, David's deer, the rare antelope addax, bongo, lechwe and goats go. Other residents are valuable condorii Andean, Chinese leopards, wolves with the ridge of the South American pampas, tapirii, Chapman's zebras, foxes feneci, gibonii and desert cats, dwarf caimans, pythons and tigers varanii of Komodo.
By Maria Morari
The most beautiful Zoos in Europe .
Krakow Zoological Garden - Reptiles at Krakow Zoo
Krakow Zoological Garden - Tiger
Krakow Zoological Garden - Snow leopard
Krakow Zoological Garden - Lion
Krakow Zoological Garden - Deer at Krakow Zoo
Krakow Zoological Garden - Fennex Fox