Awani Review

Complete News World

At Parc Oméga: (Almost) Extinct Animals!

At Parc Oméga: (Almost) Extinct Animals!

What ?

They are called Przewalski’s horses. A name that may be difficult to pronounce, but it describes a wild species native to Mongolia. It differs from other, more common horse breeds, in its small size. They are often in shades of brown with black tips and a mullet stripe (a black line on the back), which is a short, spiky mane of black that sheds each year.

By 1960, there were only a dozen left and the breed was on the verge of extinction. Fortunately, maintenance and breeding programs have been put in place to try to save them; Today there are about 800 people in the world, which is still a relatively low number. The park welcomed them as part of its eponymous conservation program species survival AZA (Association of Zoos and Aquariums) map, an organization that manages the breeding of endangered species to ensure genomes are well preserved.

From beaver to wolf

New this summer, watch two beavers settle into their new home they’ve already been busy building. You will be able to learn more about these mammals and their fascinating living environment.

In addition, the arctic wolves’ living area has been modified: you will be able to: From July 14thbetween driving These wonderful species Which is will walk around freely throughout their newly designated sector!

Moreover, if you want to live a truly immersive experience, from September it will be possible to take advantage of new accommodations that allow you to sleep with wolves and bears who have surprisingly lived together since they were young. Be in the front row thanks to the majestic panoramic windows of the one- and two-story chalets, including the balcony on the second floor for a breathtaking view. These new accommodations offer the comfort of a luxurious, modern space, nestled in the mountains of Parc Oméga.

See also  The judge in Trump's 2020 federal impeachment trial refuses to recuse herself

under the moon

Omega la Nuit will be back this summer for 6 select dates: July 15, 22 and 29, August 5 and 12 and September 2. Watch a presentation about nocturnal birds, owls, and owls before venturing out on a walking trail 1.5 km lit.

Finally, for everyone’s enjoyment, the tractor and make-up artist, as well as VIP novelties, will be back to discover. To know more: www.parcomega.ca.