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ZOO Antwerpen - Carnivore exhibit (Tiger)

The exhibit for amur tigers (Panthera tigris altaica) in ZOO Antwerpen. This small exhibit is a perfect example of how much wasted space a water moat can claim as the moat here makes up about 2/3 up the exhibit. At least the tigers can use it to a certain degree. The Carnivore exhibits were originally built for big cats and bears as part of the Jubilee Complex which opened in 1968 to celebrate the zoo’s 125th anniversary (also including the Nocturama, Aquaforum and Bird of Prey Aviaries). The bears and lions have already received new exhibits and the tigers and leopards are next in line. ZOO Antwerpen, July 2011.

ZOO Antwerpen - Carnivore exhibit (Tiger)
Toddy, 7 Mar 2012
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      The exhibit for amur tigers (Panthera tigris altaica) in ZOO Antwerpen. This small exhibit is a perfect example of how much wasted space a water moat can claim as the moat here makes up about 2/3 up the exhibit. At least the tigers can use it to a certain degree.

      The Carnivore exhibits were originally built for big cats and bears as part of the Jubilee Complex which opened in 1968 to celebrate the zoo’s 125th anniversary (also including the Nocturama, Aquaforum and Bird of Prey Aviaries). The bears and lions have already received new exhibits and the tigers and leopards are next in line.

      ZOO Antwerpen, July 2011.
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