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WATCH: Newborn zebra frolics with siblings at safari park in Spain’s Valencia

VALENCIA’S Bioparc is celebrating the birth of its fourth Grant Zebra in a year, in a boost to a population that is at danger...

IN PICS: Baby orangutan born in Fuengirola in southern Spain and it’s a girl!

THE Bornean orangutan is an endangered species and is the first to be born in a European Orangutan Conservation Programme in 12 months. Orangutans usually...

ANIMAL HOUSE: Another good year for Valencia’s Bioparc

LAST year was yet another success for Valencia city’s Bioparc animal refuge. Always keen to escape the ‘zoo’ tag due to its negative connotations, the...

Bioparc Fuengirola on Spain’s Costa del Sol reopens doors amid COVID-19 lockdown easing

The zoo will become the first leisure park to open its doors in Malaga with a 20% capacity.

British mum to leave UK in search of love and new family on Spain’s Costa del Sol

THIS is Buu, the UK-based gorilla set to travel 2,300km in a bid to start a new family in Spain. The female, 20, will...

The monkey with no name – Bioparc Fuengirola’s adorable new addition

Fuengirola Bioparc's new addition is the first golden-cheeked gibbon to be born in Spain, and the latest to be born on the continent

Red pandas arrive at Fuengirola’s Bioparc

The species has been labelled as in danger of extinction by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature after 50% of its global population was reduced in the last 20 years

Rare pygmy hippo born at Fuengirola zoo

The unnamed calf is the fifth baby to be born at Bioparc Fuengirola

Slow and steady

The giant tortoise, which can be found at Fuengirola’s Bioparc, can grow up to 1.3 metres long and weigh as much as 400kg

Bird watching on the Costa del Sol

Found in Northern Australia and Papua New Guinea the Military Avefria can also be found at Bioparc Fuengirola

Green tree python blending into Bioparc’s surroundings

They are common in New Guinea, Indonesia and Australia - and Fuengirola

Bioparc Fuengirola’s thumbless monkeys are kings of the swingers

Unlike other monkeys, the tree-dwelling Colobus have no thumbs


Fuengirola Bioparc is home to this special creature

Endangered leopard at Bioparc Fuengirola

Bioparc is home to a leopard of the endangered Sri Lankan subspecies

Baby mouse-deer born in Fuengirola Bioparc

Nip down to Bioparc to meet the mouse-deer

Endangered monkeys arrive at Bioparc Fuengirola

First 'Roloway' monkeys arrive at Spanish zoo

Chimping around at Bioparc Fuengirola

Say hello to Noelia, Eva and Natalia.. Bioparc's chimp residents

Endangered golden-cheeked gibbon born in BIOPARC Fuengirola

There are less than 25,000 left in the wild

Incredible turnaround of Bioparc in Fuengirola

It has been a massive turnaround for a zoo once disgraced in a hard-hitting BBC investigation

Not quite Narnia, but Fuengirola’s Bioparc is very magical

Fiona Tomas takes a tour around Bioparc

OLIVE PRESS INVESTIGATION: The true cost of family fun on the Costa del Sol

EXCLUSIVE: Our investigation finds that a family of four can easily spend €200 on an afternoon outing on the Costa del Sol, a quarter of the average monthly wage





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