Monthly Archives: November 2011
Rodolphe and Delphine Delord are going on Saturday, December 3rd to Beijing to sign the French-Chinese giant panda research and conservation agreement, a project on which the management of Beauval has been working for the last 5 years! Even the … Continue reading
To bring giant pandas to ZooParc de Beauval is an extraordinary event indeed! The giant panda is extremely difficult to care for and is also threatened with extinction in the wild. For these reasons it has been included in many … Continue reading
The ZooParc de Beauval will soon be the setting of a national event: the arrival of a couple of giant pandas! The arrival of these animals, that are the symbol of conservation, is being discussed at the highest level of … Continue reading
The symbol of the conservation of species, the giant panda, is endangered. There are no more than 1,600 individuals remaining in the wild. These individuals are threatened primarily by the degradation of the bamboo forests. Furthermore, the giant pandas reproductive … Continue reading
Opened in 2011, ‘The Heights of China’ is a new extension of the ZooParc de Beauval, which has been luxuriously fitted out and richly decorated. Its outstanding architecture is inspired by the building styles of the Chinese Sichuan province. There … Continue reading
Belonging to the Ursidae family, the giant panda is classified amongst the carnivora. Despite this, they feed exclusively on bamboo shoots, of which they eat more than 20kg a day! They also spend about 14 hours a day eating bamboo!