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2555   Zoos - Protection of nature (3)
   
   
SEE ALSO: 2257 - Tourism in Bas-Congo
5050 - Travel Agents

FRIENDS OF ZOOLOGICAL GARDEN OF Lubumbashi - CONTACT: azlu11@yahoo.fr

Website : www.azlu.net

LOLA YA BONOBO
The Bonobo Sanctuary of Congo
Rehabilitation center for orphaned bonobos, a species endemic to the Democratic Republic of Congo and in great danger of extinction.

Address: Small drops in Lukaya - Mont Ngafula - Kinshasa.
Contacts:
Direction: Pierrot Mbonzo Tel: 0818141492
Visits to schools and other youth groups:
Blaise Mbuaki Tel: 0812227228
E-mail: lolayabonobo@gmail.com
WEBSITE:http://www.lolayabonobo.org

"Lola ya Bonobo" is open from Tuesday to Sunday.
Participation in the operation is $ 5 for domestic and $ 10 for foreigners
Admission is free for children under 13 and schools.
School groups: from Tuesday to Friday, by appointment.

SNAKES OF CONGO ASBL

ADDRESS : Farm SOGENAK (eg SEBO) - Quartier Sebo - Road Kimwenza - Mont Ngafula - Kinshasa
TEL. (243) .99.99.18.530 - 081.99.18.530
E-MAIL :sdc@lesserpentsducongo.org

Park tours: open Tuesday to Sunday from 10H to 18H or by appointment.
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A snake park ... why?
• Admire the shapes and colors of some snakes specimens are among the most richly colored animal nature.
• Discover what behaviors to adopt when you accidentally encounter a snake.
• Come integrate the reality on snakes by designing it is the animal from which the biggest myths circulating since the beginning of time.
• Come learn, manipulating them, not to be afraid of snakes. And:
•'s participate together for the promotion of scientific culture in Congolese society today.
•'s join the more tourist African countries that have long since, parks snakes that make their pride.
• Growing sense of observation of nature and its protection by avoiding in the future to continue killing snakes 350,000 per year in DR Congo.

visit our website:www.lesserpentsducongo.org