Flocke and Rasputin were welcomed into Marineland Park in 2010, as part of the European Endangered Species Program (EEP).
After nearly five years in a space specially created for them, they gave birth to baby Hope on November 26, 2014, renewing the park’s success in animal reproduction.
Marineland Park in Antibes actively participates, through the Marineland Foundation and the Pour une Planète Bleue (Blue Planet) Association, in the in-situ conservation of threatened species (whether marine or terrestrial).
We have talked a lot about polar bears recently (and for good reason, with the happy birth of Hope the bear cub!), but this is also the case of lemurs, which you can admire at Kid's Island, the children's park attached to Marineland.
In the January 2015 edition of its journal La Licorne, the French Association of Zoological Parks (AFdPZ) reported on the results of the ObsTortuesMed operation, conducted at the initiative of the Marineland Foundation.
January 2015 edition of La Licorne