Concentrated children's delight and sweet communication with nature are given by a pet's zoo in Tula! Before going to the Peter Petrovich Belousov Central Park of Culture and Recreation, one should definitely come here!
Despite the fact that the zoo itself is not very big, young guests will be really happy because when you are small, everything seems much bigger to you.
Raccoons are amazing! These funny animals are very sociable and always approachable. Children like them more than all the other inhabitants. However, you should be careful! If you are not careful enough, these forest thieves may easily steal a whole glass of feed from you! Be sure you could not refuse such nice guys of treats.
At the entrance you may buy treats for zoo residents, the price of which is as low as 50 rubles. Sliced cabbage, carrots and apples will help win the interest of animals in you even more. The Petting Zoo in Tula is good because it provides an unforgettable contact with wildlife.
By visiting a chicken with a rooster you will get priceless minutes of communication with their cute baby chicken. Small yellow pellets jump on the hands of children, at the same time, loudly chattering. Incomparable photos can be taken here!
Mini-piggies are no less amusing inhabitants of the local cubicles! It is pure pleasure to feed them by hand. Grunting dark sausages will make smile either children or you.
Humble rabbits and guinea pigs are created to provide visitors to the zoo with petting fur therapy! You may caress them being sure they will like it. The animals do allow contact with them. And if you give them cabbage, they will be even ready to leave with you!
In addition to the above inhabitants, the petting zoo in Tula will offer you to look and touch the nasue and skunks, turtles and sheep, goats and weasels, meerkats and squirrels… it is impossible to get bored with such a variety of animals!
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The inhabitants of the zoo look forward to jumping into small children's hands! Come and pet them!