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A few months ago, the Unit of the National Police Corps Attached to the Autonomous Community of Andalusia,  together with SOIVRE, rescued next to the garbage containers in Almería,  a specimen of reticulated python (Malayopython reticulatus) of almost four meters length, which was deposited at the Oasys MiniHollywood Park facilities…

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12 July, 2021 AnimalsNews0
    For the fourth consecutive year, Oasys MiniHollywood has once again collaborated in the Lechuza Project, together with the CECOUAL of the University of Almería, the Society for the Study and Recovery of Almeria Biodiversity (SERBAL), the Group for the Rehabilitation of Autochthonous Fauna and its Habitat (GREFA) and…

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28 June, 2021 Animals0
A few weeks ago in one of our Stingray (Pteroplatytrygon violacea) specimens, weighing more than twenty kg that lives in the central tank of the Aquarium Costa de Almería (Roquetas de Mar), began to become visible a portuberance on the edge of the fin left side, which bothered him in…

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28 April, 2021 Animals0
  Oasys MiniHollywood signed last week the renewal of an agreement with the CSIC for the conservation of four threatened species: dama gazelle (Nanger dama mhorr), Cuvier’s gazelle (Gazella cuvier), dorcas gazelle (Gazella dorcas neglecta) and aruís (Ammotragus lervia sahariensis). This project began in 2001, together with the CSIC’s Arid…

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26 February, 2020 Animals0
A few months ago we received confirmation that a Eremita Ibis chicken that had been born in Oasys Park in 2017, the female named Tabernas 17, had returned after her migration to Africa to the Colony of  Barbate Cliffs in the Cadiz population, where the Junta de Andalucía, the Jerez…

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16 December, 2019 Animals0
Oasys MiniHollywood is in luck. Recently, several species have joined our big family at our zoological reserve. More specifically, the newly arrived animals include several sand cats (Felis Margarita), several yellow-necked spurfowls (Pternistis leucoscepus), and a pair of Blanford’s foxes (Vulpes cana).  All of these species come from different zoological…

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2 December, 2019 Animals
Lions and tigers are two of the five species that make up the Panthera genus, which form part of the feline family. The other three are leopards, jaguars, and snow leopards. In this article, we’ll tell you the main differences between lions and tigers, the two most ferocious creatures in…