The Chiba Zoological Garden, which first opened in April 1985, is about halfway between Tokyo and Narita, just outside the city of Chiba. It consists of 7 zones. In the Zoological Hall you can find everything you need to get started: feeding plans and maps The zoo also focuses on different species that live in tropical rainforests (marmots, tropical birds, sloths, etc.).
The zoo's mascot is a red panda named Futa. Born on July 5, 2003, Futa became a visitor attraction and television celebrity in 2005 because he could stand upright on his hind feet for about ten seconds at a time.
You can also discover elephants, monkeys, giraffes, zebras, meerkats and many other species or visit the petting zoo.
Driving or by taking the Chiba Urban Monorail Line 2 to Dōbutsukōen (seven stops from JR’s Chiba Station)
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