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Zoo Hluboká nad Vltavou
Local name: Jihočeská zoologická zahrada Hluboká nad Vltavou
The Ohrada Zoological Garden covers an area of 4.5 hectares, where over 300 different species of animals live. The symbol of the garden and the biggest attraction here is the European otter breeding. In summer, visitors can watch the feeding of animals, volunteers can also serve food to small residents of the garden, e.g. goats.
The garden has existed since 1939, it was founded by prince Adolf I. from Schwarzenberg. Initially, it was a small farm next to the hunting castle. Today, the zoo deals with the protection of endangered species from the Czech Republic and other parts of Europe.
You can also find species originating from the temperate climate zone of Asia, as well as from Australia or South America, but their representation is not very numerous. In the garden there is a shelter for disabled animals.