Want to see a Bengal tiger? Meet these huge cats and other animals at the Dubai Zoo, located near the famous Burj Al Arab.
Once at the zoo, you will not see the familiar palm trees - there are deciduous trees everywhere, which is not typical for these locations.
There is no organized cage system - all animals coexist peacefully with each other in the neighborhood. This zoo hosts 230 species of animals and 400 species of reptiles.
Bengal tigers, as well as cormorants, gorillas, Arabian wolves, wild Gordon cats are listed as endangered. The population of these animals decreases every year. And some of them are rarely find in their natural habitats.
Prices: 3 dirhams, children up to two years - free of charge.
Open hours: from 10:00 to 18:00 in summer, from 10:00 to 17:30 in winter. Tuesday is a day off.
Phone: +971 4 349 6444
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