Ree Park - Ebeltoft Safari is located on the Danish Jutland peninsula. 800 animals from over 100 species from five continents are currently at home in the Djursland region. The people in charge of the park ensure that the animals can behave in a way that corresponds to their natural habitats in Europe, Africa, North America, South America and Asia.
Ree Park is known worldwide for taking care of the extremely endangered species of the Chinese snow leopard. There are only 2,500 of these beautiful animals left in the world. A blackened X-TEND stainless steel cable mesh from CARL STAHL ARCHITEKTUR spans the entire system so that the big cats are safe and cannot go on unwanted wanderings themselves.
The zoo was founded in 1991 by Frans Kilde Hansen. The name at that time was Ebeltoft Dyrepark. It was sold to Lars Thye two years later. He renamed the park Ebeltoft Zoo. After another change of ownership to Merete and Henrik Elsass in 1998, the park became Ebeltoft Zoo & amp; Renamed Safari. The current owner Karsten Ree gave the park the name it currently has.
The importance that the northern Chinese snow leopards have in the zoo can also be recognized by the fact that one of these magnificent animals adorns the Ree Park logo. The staff is happy to tell visitors that the northern Chinese snow leopard is one of nine subspecies of the Panthera pardus, the leopard. Visitors listen attentively when it is explained to them that all leopard species have one thing in common - their golden fur and black spots. This pattern supports the animals when hunting.
The northern Chinese snow leopards are not the only animals in the Asian area of the Ree Park. Besides these people also live here ...
Exterior enclosure for leopards
X-TEND Colours CXE schwarz/black
1.450 m², ◊ 80 mm, ø 3 mm + ◊ 50 mm, ø 2 mm