New caiman pool at La Aurora Zoo
Indigo Expeditions met with Carlos Cozano, head of reptiles, to see the new caiman pool at La Aurora Zoo Guatemala, and the new reptile house.
We have been collaborating with the Zoo since 2014, to support conservation, and best practise for animal husbandry.
You can see Carlos (left) and an Indigo Researcher (right) in front of the new caiman pool at La Aurora Zoo.
Carlos is really dedicated to creating these environments and habitats for the reptiles at the Zoo.
About Aurora Zoo
The Zoo la Aurora is located just in the heart of Guatemala City, is one of the largest gardens in the city with 287 species and more than 2100 animals in the entire collection.
It has different areas that show to the visitors the collections divided by continents.
It was founded in 1924 by José Maria Orellana Government.
La Aurora Zoo receives more than 15 million visitors yearly and all the efforts are focused on education, and innovation and renovation of the park.
The Zoo covers over an area of 15 hectares with animals from around the world, including some species like Humboldt Penguins, chimpanzees, big cats, Asian elephant, giraffes, and the new project “El Reino Kan y sus Reptiles”.
This is the biggest project of the zoo history with an herpetary with more than 50 species divided by reptiles, amphibians and spiders, all of them with the ideal conditions of living. (Source:Trip Advisor)
Indigo Archives: First Published 28 May 2015