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Zoo de la Flèche is a popular zoological park located in La Flèche, France. The park was founded in 1946 by naturalist Jacques Bouillault and is home to over 1,500 animals from 160 different species.

The zoo is divided into several themed areas, including African Plains, Amazonia, Europe, Asia, and Madagascar. Visitors can see a wide range of animals such as lions, tigers, elephants, giraffes, zebras, monkeys, and penguins. The zoo also features a large aquarium with various species of fish, reptiles, and amphibians.

Zoo de la Flèche is dedicated to animal conservation, research, and education. The park participates in breeding programs for several endangered species, such as the European bison, black rhinoceros, and Chinese alligator. The zoo also supports various conservation initiatives around the world and works to raise awareness about the importance of protecting endangered species and their habitats.

In addition to its animal exhibits, the zoo offers various attractions and activities for visitors, including a bird show, a sea lion show, a petting zoo, and a playground. The park also has several restaurants and snack bars serving a variety of food and drinks.

Zoo de la Flèche is open year-round, although its hours vary depending on the season. The park offers various ticket options, including individual tickets, family tickets, and annual passes. Visitors can also book guided tours or animal encounters for an additional fee.