Flora and fauna

Central Park is home to the famous new York zoo with monkeys, lemurs, bears, snow leopards, and penguins. He became famous, thanks to the mischievous characters of the disney cartoon "Madagascar". In addition to the large zoo, there is also a small zoo where Pets live: goats, sheep, pigs, which can be petted and fed. Food is stored in special vending machines around the perimeter of the zoo. The cost of a serving is 15 cents. In addition to animals in aviaries, raccoons, chipmunks, and opossums live in open areas in woodlands. Squirrels live in huge numbers in the Park. They are not afraid of people at all, they beg for food. Turtles live near the lake. New York Central Park. The famous zoo, which is loved not only by children, but also by adults. New York (Central Park is a nesting place for migratory birds) is located on the Atlantic migration route of many birds. There are 235 species of birds: Mallard, Canada goose, coot, loons, herons, red hawk. The ponds are home to a lot of fish: carp, catfish, perch, black pike and black krape.
Central Park is home to the famous new York zoo with monkeys, lemurs, bears, snow leopards, and penguins. He became famous, thanks to the mischievous characters of the disney cartoon "Madagascar". In addition to the large zoo, there is also a small zoo where Pets live: goats, sheep, pigs, which can be petted and fed. Food is stored in special vending machines around the perimeter of the zoo. The cost of a serving is 15 cents. In addition to animals in aviaries, raccoons, chipmunks, and opossums live in open areas in woodlands. Squirrels live in huge numbers in the Park. They are not afraid of people at all, they beg for food. Turtles live near the lake. New York Central Park. The famous zoo, which is loved not only by children, but also by adults. New York (Central Park is a nesting place for migratory birds) is located on the Atlantic migration route of many birds. There are 235 species of birds: Mallard, Canada goose, coot, loons, herons, red hawk. The ponds are home to a lot of fish: carp, catfish, perch, black pike and black krape.