Bioparc (Fuengirola)
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Bioparc (Fuengirola)

Bioparc Fuengirola is a wildlife preservation park like no other, a short distance from Malaga in one of the most popular towns on the Costa del Sol. The park has championed conservation across Europe with its unique model for recreating natural habitats, with animals found living together in the wild often living alongside each other at the park. The park itself has been designed to emulate the habitats and climates of the residents and has been praised for its success in this area. On a visit to Bioparc Fuengirola your students can get up close and personal with over 200 species from tropical climates across Madagascar, Southeast Asia, and Equatorial Africa to name a few and learn about the important preservation efforts surrounding these tropical habitats and the animals and communities that inhabit them.