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The Rhino Valley

Out of the forest area where the pygmy hippopotamus doze in the water in aqua vision, we are faced with cheetahs, which quietly stalk the gazelles from their enclosure. They share the spectacular 200 acres enclosure with the black rhinoceros. Dug in the rock, spiked by falun’s picks and backwaters, this enclosure also introduces African birds.

In the African farm, children will meet chickens, pygmy goats and Cameroons, and enjoy Omar Sékou’s sculptures. This African trip ends by the Diana monkey island, an endangered specie from the south of Ivory Coast, and one last viewpoint of the lions’ park.