Tasmania Zoo is located northwest of Launceston, about a 20-minute drive away, where you can see unique animals such as Tasmanian Tasmanian devil and wombat. The zoo has time to feed the Tasmanian devil and the little penguin, which are 10:30, 13:00, 15:30 and two at 10:00 and 16:00 respectively. The wombat unique to Ta Island is absolutely cute! The breeder here will provide a very detailed introduction, and will let you touch and accept any questions. There is also the Tasmanian devil, also known as the Tasmanian Devil, Devil, the only unextinct member of the Tasmanian genus, and the largest carnivorous marsupial in the world. It is similar to a puppy, but has strong muscles. , Very strong. The little devil is known for his brutal eating and shuddering calls, but in fact, the Lun family is also cute and cute! Very suitable for taking children to visit.
There are many animals native to Australia: koalas, kangaroos, demons, penguins, alpacas, ostriches, cute parrots, and many unknown animals. It’s time for the waiter to introduce the devil. Everyone listens carefully. Explain and take a group photo. The entire animal crew is very simple, incomparable to the domestic ones, and more than one hundred tickets are really not cheap!
I want to see the treasures of wild animals, I see real wild animals! "Unbelievable"! , I let out a super scream, the others turned their heads and looked at me in surprise, I blushed all of a sudden. Whoops, when can I change my agitated attribute? When I get excited, the decibel jumps very high. Humans, I still have to be calm, and I suddenly calm down. Who makes the animals in the Tasmanian zoo so cute? They are so cute, so cute, they are also very quirky, and they are all clever heads. The highly restored wild animal habitat is not so much a zoo, as it is a sanatorium for wild animals. It is mainly to help wild animals continue and multiply better. Here you can have close contact with animals, and feeding them has become the happiest thing for people who come here. It creates a suitable living environment for all kinds of animals, such as ducks and swans in the lake, kangaroos and wombats on the plateau, and the bushes are a haven for small wallabies and Betong (short-nosed kangaroos). Come for a close encounter. It’s business hours from 9 am to 5 pm every day. Tickets for adults and children are different. Adults are US$24 and children are US$16. 1 to 3 pm is the interactive time. You can enjoy the animals. We interact. Coming here is really to get close to and embrace nature. These animals have been tamed, so they are very friendly!