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    Pinchy Tamarin

    Pinch-tamarind is one of the most endangered species of primates.
    Its populations and the forest areas it needs are constantly diminishing. Conservation measures are actively supported by Europe's zoos, including the ZOO Reynou Park.
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    Kinkajou

    His little cute look fooled ... to the point of forgetting his pointy carnivore teeth! Thus, kinkajou became a fashionable species in the market of "new pets" (NAC), from the 70s. It was then that the decline of its populations was initiated. Other species are subject to the consequences of these NAC modes. It is by informing, educating and sensitizing that the Parc Zoo du Reynou contributes to the survival of such species.

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    Tamarin-pinché-2-590×332

    Pinchy Tamarin

    Pinch-tamarind is one of the most endangered species of primates.
    Its populations and the forest areas it needs are constantly diminishing. Conservation measures are actively supported by Europe's zoos, including the ZOO Reynou Park.
    kinkajou-590×332

    Kinkajou

    His little cute look fooled ... to the point of forgetting his pointy carnivore teeth! Thus, kinkajou became a fashionable species in the market of "new pets" (NAC), from the 70s. It was then that the decline of its populations was initiated. Other species are subject to the consequences of these NAC modes. It is by informing, educating and sensitizing that the Parc Zoo du Reynou contributes to the survival of such species.
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