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Interact and play with the animals like you’ve never done before!

Animals - Interact with them- Feed them- Take a Selfie

Ostriches, lemurs, ponies, lammas, sheep, porcupines, exotic pets and many more are waiting for you to visit them! Come closer and watch them eating, running, sleeping and playing. Interact and feed them, touch them and take a photo!


Lemurs are called after the Latin word lemur which means “spirits of the night” because of their “strange” behavior, especially in the night. But we can’t say the same!

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The ostrich is the biggest bird on earth, a species which has survived for 60 million years. It is found in Africa.

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Emu is Australia’s largest native bird and the second largest bird in the world in height after the ostriches.

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The Common Rhea is the largest of all South American birds and is related to ostriches of Africa and the emus and cassowaries of Australia and New Guinea.

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Mara of Patagonia

Mara of Patagonia belongs to the rodent family. Its official scientific name is “Dolichotis patagonum” and it comes from Argentina.

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Llama is a mammal animal, appeared in the North America about 40 million years ago.

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Camel is a mammal animal which belongs to the “camelid” family, divided into three surviving species.

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Donkeys are domesticated animals, sharing affinity with the horses.

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Ponies are small horses, with shorter legs, thicker manes, and thicker neck. They also have a shorter head, small ears and large eyes.

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Lambs are domesticated animals and the most common member of the bovidae family.

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The raccoons are carnivore mammals, part of the procyonid family and natives of North America.

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Porcupines are species of rodent in the hystricidae family. It can be found in Italy, Sicily, North Africa and Tanzania.

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Mouflon Sheep

The mouflon is a subspecies group of the wild sheep, and is considered one of the two ancestors of the domesticated sheep.

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White Kangaroos

The Kangaroo is a marsupial which belongs to the family of macropodidae.

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Fallow Deers

The fallow deer (a.k.a. Dama Dama) is a ruminant mammal animal belonging to the deer family.

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Wild boars (a.k.a. wild swine) belong to the “suid family” and they are the ancestor of most domestic pig breeds.

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Nigerian Dwarf Goat

The Nigerian Dwarf goat is a miniature goat of West African origin.

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Rabbits, also known as bunnies or bunny rabbits, are small mammals in the family Leporidae (which also contains the hares) of the order Lagomorpha (which also contains the pikas).

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Guinea pig

The guinea pig or domestic guinea pig (Cavia porcellus), also known as the cavy or domestic cavy, is a species of rodent belonging to the genus Cavia in the family Caviidae.

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Miniature Zebu

Miniature zebus (also known as Nadudana) are the only naturally tiny breed of cattle.

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Alpacas are the llamas’ smaller cousins. Despite the fact that many people confuse the species, alpacas have a smaller size, shorter ears, and a very soft coat.

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Our little friends love the treats from our visitors! Don’t forget to get a cup of vegetables or corn from the Farma’s entrance and get ready for the best experience!

Ostrich Interaction Zone!

In this area you can come even closer to the ostriches for an unforgettable experience. With the assistance of our trained staff you can enter the area and interact with ostriches. Feed them or take pictures with them. Totally entertaining and safe even for young children.

Tips — for a better experience



When you feed or pet the animals, it is better to look them in the eyes. That way they tend to trust you more.

Taking Pictures:

Taking Pictures:

Animals don’t like it when you turn your back on them and they can’ t see you. So when you take a selfie you must keep a small distance from the animals, around 50 cm.

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