The Beijing Zoo is very large and includes many rare animals. It is a must-see attraction. The Beijing Zoo enjoys a long history; it was founded over a hundred years ago. The three areas of the Beijing Zoo include the eastern area, the southern area, and the northern area. The main gate is in the eastern area. The aquarium is in the northern area. Rare animals from China include giant pandas, snub-nosed monkeys, Siberian tigers, white-lipped deer and red-crowned cranes. Rare animals from other parts in the world include chimpanzees from Africa, kangaroos from Australia, leopards from South America, manatees from Mexico and bison from Europe.
You can not miss this if you are traveling with kids. The tickets are under 15rmb and the inside Panda experience inclusive tickets are more than worth it. White tiger, lion, elephant and many other species.
Beijing Zoo is really big. It can't last a day. The ticket is only 15 yuan. It kills all kinds of wildlife parks in seconds. There are many kinds of animals, and the number of each animal is not small. The most important thing is that animals are very vigorous and preserve their wildness. There are many endangered species, almost rare in national zoos, such as tapirs, Bumblebee monkeys and so on. They like to see Bumblebee monkeys most. They have big eyes and are very sprouting. They move very slowly. They climb on the trunk step by step and stretch upside down. They are very cute. There are polar bears, the first time in the non-submarine world to see a polar bear swimming, has been playing ball, is a volleyball master, you can see the polar bear swimming at close range or very exciting, the buttocks rolling very cute, bear palm yellow. Big brown bears are lazy and can't move all the time, but they are smart enough to stand up and beg for food when they are fed by tourists.
Today, Beijing Zoo is more and more close to nature. Animal cages are convenient for tourists to watch, and they also make animal life more comfortable. For example, waterfowl areas imitate wetlands and animal reserves. Many waterfowl can fly and do not fly away. They live comfortably here. During the May Day holiday, I came to the zoo and took many good pictures in the waterfowl area, such as: a pair of big swans in love, careful observation can feel the focus between swans, delicate, murmuring love words to each other, emotional communication is very personifying... A couple of mandarin ducks are also talking about love. By contrast, Swan love is more touching. Swans, dedication to emotions can be a model, many people are not as good as them...
Beijing Zoo is located in Xizhimen Waijie Street. The zoo on Line 4 of Metro Station comes out to the entrance of the zoo. There are all kinds of animals in the park, such as tigers, lions, elephants, rhinos, hippos and so on. The entrance fee of Beijing Zoo is 15 yuan, but the ocean hall and panda hall in the zoo are charged separately. If you don't go to the aquarium, it takes 3 to 4 hours to visit the zoo.
Yes, it's easy to find a bus 103 and walk a few steps. Tickets are also inexpensive. Students'cards are half-price. They are overvalued. The zoo is very big. If you look at every venue, you will visit it for one day. After entering the panda house, it needs 2.5 yuan (student ticket). There are bears, monkeys, giraffes and many other animals, but remember not to feed animals indiscriminately. Although it is good, sometimes it will bring bad eating habits to animals, because most of the animals are in the library in off-season. The aquarium needs to buy tickets separately, because to watch the dolphin show, you need to add more money on the basis of tickets. There are also sub-sessions. You should look at the time before you come. All in all, it's good.
Where else can babies like better than Beijing Zoo? My husband and I use our annual Park card to play at the Boudois Zoo almost every weekend. Watch only a few animals at a time, as long as the baby likes to stand there and watch! The zoo feeds animals around 10 o'clock every day. Occasionally, it can buy tickets (5 yuan for adults and children) to feed giraffes and elephants at close range. Very good!